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16 August 2002
Lantana 15 cert camera  


Director: Ray Lawrence
Cast:
Anthony LaPaglia, Kerry Armstrong, Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey, , Vince Colosimo, Rachael Blake
Length: 121 minutes
Release:
16 August 2002

Moody - like the whole film

Moody and multi-layered - like the whole film
Everyone in this film has something to hide

An ominous, beguiling psychological drama. Beneath the beauty lies a thorny growth - just like the lantana plant.

lantana (lan-´tä-na) n. a genus of tropical shrub with small, colorful blooms that hides a dense, thorny undergrowth.

The lantana serves as a central symbol in Ray Lawrence's new film, an ominous, beguiling psychological drama that is a labyrinth of love, sex and deceit.

Police detective Leon Zat (Anthony LaPaglia) is consumed with guilt about cheating on his wife. He becomes embroiled in a missing persons investigation.

This crime-story is used to study four sets of married couples. Their secrets and lies criss-cross Leon's investigation and illuminate the personal crises he must resolve. Everyone in this film has something to hide, including characters played by Barbara Hershey, Geoffrey Rush and Kerry Armstrong.

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