Joe Cinque's Consolation review: Little solace in death that stays a mystery Helen Garner's book was a partisan affair that sought to speak for the dead man. This film adaptation is a more distant.
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- Released, 'Joe Cinque's Consolation' stars Maggie Naouri, Jerome Meyer, Sacha Joseph, Gia Carides The movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 42 min, and received a user score of 55 (out of 100) on.
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“Invisible magpies warbled in the plane trees. Softly, gently, never running out of melodic ideas, they perched among the leaves and spun out their endless tales.”
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“Do we identify with a criminal in that we too secretly long to be judged? Popularly, being ‘judgemental’ is ill thought of and resented. But what if we want our deeds, our natures, our very souls to be summed up and evaluated? A line to be drawn under our acts to date? A punishment declared, amends made, the slate wiped clean? A born-again Christian, trying to explain his new sense of freedom, once said to me, 'All my debts are paid'.”
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“Australians used to love to joke about the awfulness of their capital city, its social bleakness, its provinciality, its grandiose, curvaceous street design in which the visitor strives in vain to orient himself. But because I had spent many happy student holidays in Canberra in the 1960s, as the guest of a family I was deeply fond of, I had always loved the place, found it beautiful with its cloudless skies and dry air, and looked forward to every visit; but now, with my new sombre purpose, it seemed to change its nature.”
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