Tom White

Written by acclaimed Australian playwright Daniel Keene, this psychological drama stars Colin Friels as a middle class architectural draughtsman on the edge of collapse. Edgy, confused and losing touch with reality, White finds himself obsessively working on a project from which he was removed weeks before, and his hands shake so badly he can barely hold a pencil. His superiors suggest he should spend a few days away from the office to regain his bearing, but instead of returning home to his wife he finds himself wandering into the urban undergrowth of Melbourne. Nominated for an astonishing 12 AFI Awards, and featuring a haunting score from composer Paul Kelly.

Year: 2004
Genre: Drama, Australian Film
Country: Australia
Director: Alkinos Tsilimidos
Starring: Colin Friels, Rachael Blake, Dan Spielman, Bill Hunter, David Field
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence, offensive language and drug use.
Location in store: Australian Film



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