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Lantana is an intricately plotted character study that quietly shines with authenticity.
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A meditation on fidelity in marriage where the suspense and surprises stem from who has -- or hasn't -- been betraying each other and how.
Lawrence cast well and gets terrific performances all the way up and down the line.
A perceptive, powerfully acted psychodrama.
The emotional experience of "Lantana" is heightened by its marvelous ensemble cast, all of whom etch a character in relatively brief screen time.
Solving the mystery of the dead body would be enough for most Hollywood movies. In Lantana, it's merely a device to launch us into more rewarding explorations.
Lantana is so rich in secondary characters and performances it's hard to mention them all. But you will certainly appreciate them.
It's not entirely far-fetched to see a link between the clunky expositions of character, plot and theme from an everyday soap, to those in Lantana.
As a mystery, "Lantana" is memorable. But as a study in human relationships and the human condition, it's unforgettable.
... boldly, thoroughly, and honestly explores the difficulties of unconditional love in a society that teaches us that we should never deny our base appetites and impulses.
The sort of movie that highbrow critics love to overrate...It's Married With Children for serious-minded folks without a sense of humor.
The movie doesn't have the appeal of a Hitchcock psychological murder mystery. It's more a well-acted study about the thorny landscape of relationships.
It has a sensuality years away from the young faces and trainer-toned bodies we've come to expect.
3 1/4 stars....A fairly interesting movie, but just barely. Really slow. Anthony LaPaglia went through this movie showing the same forlorn face all throughout. I was having a difficult time staying interested...
A brilliant, subdued near-masterpiece concerning feeling lost and numb to one's marriage, as seen through the eyes of different people who are all connected through various odd coincidences. The acting across the board is terrific, especially Anthony LaPaglia as a cop with emotional problems and suffering from guilt after cheating on his wife (Kerry Armstrong). Certainly a very depressing and hard-hitting film that is not afraid to get its hands dirty, but the way it analyzes different situations with such perception and tender care is certainly admirable and impressive. Hard-hitting and not for everyone, definitely an adult movie, but a genuinely fascinating look at marriage and the careless decisions people make in order to find happiness that only proves to be fleeting in the end.
This Australian gem is an impressive watch with a faultless cast who were all such natural Actors and gave the film a truly realistic feel.
The merging of characters and circumstances were quite seeemlessly delivered to the audience, leaving the film to be unpredictable.
For those who appreciate Actor driven films, this I'm sure, you will enjoy.
not to sure i fully understood this but i dunno ill probably have to watch it again then give review
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