Digby is an emerging film critic from Melbourne and is obsessed with classical Hollywood particularly anything to do with Humphrey Bogart. He is hoping to complete his Honours thesis on the correlation between paranoia in Ozploitation next year.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, I finally got around to watching Lantana. Released in 2001, this is a tragi-romance which surrounds an ensemble of couples whose relationships are either withering or dead. The pandemic taught me not to desire touch or seek intimacy, as we were mandated by the government to disengage in such activities, and it felt like Lantana was pertinent for this reason. Read More
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