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Little FishA girl used to have a wonderful past lives with her drug-addicted father in Sydney. After being betrayed by a guy she loved so much, she promises not to love anyone. But one day, her ex-boyfriend comes back, she falls in love again without knowing that he comes back because of her money
Actors of "Little Fish"
Characters of "Little Fish"
Directors of "Little Fish"Rowan WoodsBirthdate: 1959, Sydney, Australia
Creators of "Little Fish"Jacquelin Perske
Critic Reviews of "Little Fish"Time OutJuly 20, 2006
It's a sober, sensitive film ... about degrees of dependency, grief, guilt, recrimination and recuperation.Newark Star-LedgerFebruary 27, 2006
A small film with a big cast, Little Fish is notable for its performances.New York PostFebruary 24, 2006
If you say you'd watch Cate Blanchett in anything, here's your chance to prove it.New York TimesFebruary 23, 2006
Cate Blanchett sinks into the role of a recovering drug addict in a thorny, compelling drama from Australia.Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 22, 2006
The actors are terrific, especially Weaving, who plays bottoming out as a tragedy spiked with gallows humor, and Blanchett, who digs deep into the booby-trapped nature of recovery. The revelation, however, is Rowan Woods, a major filmmaker in the making.Village VoiceFebruary 21, 2006
While Little Fish takes a turn for the generic in its final act, solid acting, an atmospheric soundtrack, and flare-filled cinematography more beautiful than an Apple screensaver are enough to keep the film afloat.Empire Magazine AustralasiaNovember 07, 2012
Fish finally puts its pieces together, unravelling the story strands in a dramatically resonant third act where the film finally lifts itself out of the doldrums.Urban CinefileOctober 18, 2008
A superb cast, mostly playing roles against type, make Little Fish a captivating and emotionally involving film, delivered with the flourish of a filmmaker who knows his craft and what to do with it to reach his audience.musicOMH.comJune 19, 2007
Little Fish will leave you full of admiration for its undeniable craft, but perhaps also not entirely sure what its point is.GuardianJuly 22, 2006
The actors give performances of intense naturalness.Empire MagazineJuly 22, 2006
Strong performances and meticulous direction make this consistently disconcerting, but the subplot distracts from the moving human drama.ViewLondonJuly 20, 2006
Blanchett is superb as Tracy, a recognisable and believable character attempting to put her past behind her.
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