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Month of SundaysOne night real estate agent Frank Mollard (Anthony LaPaglia) gets a phone call from his mother. Nothing out of the ordinary apart from the fact that she died a year ago! It turns out to be a wrong number, but the two characters develop a real human connection that was missing from both their lives.
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Directors of "Month of Sundays"Matthew Saville
Creators of "Month of Sundays"Matthew Saville
Critic Reviews of "Month of Sundays"Hollywood ReporterFebruary 17, 2016
This modest, warmhearted character study is carried by a solid lead performance from Anthony LaPaglia, who plays a man unable to express his feelings through anything but underhanded snark.VarietyOctober 16, 2015
"A Month of Sundays" is so tidily plotted, so committed to its improve-thyself epiphanies, that it never transcends its own artifice.New Zealand HeraldJuly 21, 2016
The film as a whole takes a well-worn trope and invests it with an unexpected emotional power.3AWMay 14, 2016
Beautifully mounted, subtle, touching and bitter-sweet comedy drama... a thoughtful, moving, leisurely paced tale about loss and moving on.Impulse GamerMay 04, 2016
The film is slow and boring, with the story weighed down by pointless scenes and a regular hollowness that saps the energy out of the piece.ABC Radio (Australia)May 04, 2016
It's a film about letting go, which may not sound very sexy, but Saville plays out this concept on a personal, intimate and relatable level that is powerful and moving.Sydney Morning HeraldApril 27, 2016
[Director Saville has] given LaPaglia a role so good that it conjures up comparisons with his terrific work in Ray Lawrence's Lantana 15 years ago.Herald Sun (Australia)April 27, 2016
A quiet, tender-hearted and gently eccentric affair, the Australian-made A Month Of Sundays takes its own sweet time finding a way into your good graces.Rip It UpApril 27, 2016
Admirably subtle and sometimes sweetly funny.Sydney Morning HeraldApril 27, 2016
We used to make more films like this, with a brain and a heart. Saville shows that we still can.FILMINK (Australia)April 27, 2016
...looks and feels flat...Urban CinefileApril 25, 2016
Meandering through a variety of relationship issues, A Month Of Sundays doesn't really hits its stride until the end
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