June Again has a single, irritating problem. While it is simply one of the best Australian movies ever made, its title is slowing box office bookings. June Again is hardly an evocative name for a movie, barely explains the movie's deeper meanings, and is forgettable. Six of us went to see June Again on its release day, May 6, but we were the only ones in the huge VMax cinema in Brisbane. As we went to book our tickets, none of us could remember the title. We were compelled to ask the ticket office, 'what's that movie with Noni Hazelhurst?'.
Hello marketing? Where are the billboards for this brilliant film? With fabulous titles around like 'Wolf Creek' and 'Picnic at Hanging Rock', surely the movie marketing gurus could have come up with something hand-printed and titillating. What about The Silk-Printer, Surfaces, Sewn Together, Loose Linen. That's just off the top of my head. Regardless, I am going to see this movie again, for it speaks to the heart. TAKE YOUR TISSUE BOX!
During a fleeting bout of lucidity from her dementia, June Wilton has precious little time to bring together her estranged children, save the family business, and rekindle an old flame.
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July 14, 2021 at 02:58 PM