Little Fish

Cate Blanchett returns home to Oz to play a recovering heroin addict trying to get her life back. She lives with her mum and works in the local video store, but her past is about to resurface in the form of her ex-dealer/boyfriend, not to mention criminal kingpin Sam Neill and junkie step-dad Hugo Weaving. The cast is a knock-out and also includes kiwis Joel Tobeck and Martin Henderson, but this is no Aussie feel-good film, it's a confronting and compelling drama from the director of 1998's 'The Boys'.

Year: 2005
Genre: Drama, Australian Film
Country: Australia
Director: Rowan Woods
Starring: Cate Blanchett, Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving, Martin Henderson, Noni Hazlehurst, Joel Tobeck, Dustin Nguyen, Lisa McCune
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains drug use and offensive language.
Location in store: Australian Film



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