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The Killing of Two Lovers follows David, who desperately tries to keep his family of six together during a separation from his wife, Nikki. They both agree to see other people but David struggles to grapple with his wife's new relationship. The Hollywood Reporter calls the film "a transfixing drama without a wasted word or a single inessential scene."
"Certified Fresh – 93% "
- Rotten Tomatoes
"Deliberately paced and graced with some compelling dialogue exchanges that ooze with authenticity and raw-nerve emotion, The Killing of Two Lovers is an outstanding domestic drama barbed by great sound design, its discordant assemblage of creaks, throbs and thuds suggesting how any fragile moment of harmony or understanding David achieves could suddenly turn bad"
- Jim Schembri, Melbourne Film Critic.
"Agonised silences are interwoven with sharp dialogue and some surprising narrative twists. As it turns out, this indie film isn’t what you were expecting at all"
- The Age
Thursday 16th September
Clayne Crawford, Chris Coy, Sepideh Moafi
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