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Pretty good for a movie mostly set in one room. Wasn't at all sure I would get into this one, but the characters are so well drawn you can't help but get hooked in.
Strong performances all round, in this great topical film
Face To Face is really grounded in reality. I am not easily engaged in Australian films but this was terrific. Despite my opinion on two of the actors in this film I must say that they all did a fantastic job. This story was beautifully written. Some of the issues raised in this film such as work place bullying and racism makes this film a true reflection of what its like to be in the Australian workforce. If you are looking for a good Australian Drama you should look no further.
Fine minimalist filmmaking with a superb screenplay and cast. Who said all Australian films were boring?
Face to Face will never be mistaken for the most exciting film of the year as it never fully removes itself from its theatrical origins, but it's a bold one nonetheless that rewards viewers with spiky wordplay, tart performances and ever increasing dramatic complexity.
Great movie with one main scene plus many flashbacks, slowly revealing the whole story from everyone's perspective. Great cast and Luke Ford proves again he is so versatile!
A tense Australian drama that weaves a tangled web from a seemingly straightforward situation. An adaptation of a play, this film is a strong portrayal of diverse Australians ultimately coming together as one despite their differences, with many twists and turns along the way.
for a film mainly set in a room with a bunch of people voicing their grievances, it packs a punch, all the actors realistically portray their characters. Really good Aussie film.
Within the first 10 minutes of the film I was hooked. The minimalist single room movie brings back memories of 12 Angry Men. You care for and want to know about all the characters involved. The division and interactions of the characters as the choose sides is amazing.
Great movie that tells you that it's worth trying to understand the bigger picture.