Monday, 16 May 2016
A Month Of Sundays
A real estate agent (Anthony LaPaglia) is drifting through life and his work when he receives a misdialled phone call. The caller was ringing her son and the agent finds the caller reminiscent of his own recently deceased mother.
This mistaken connection sparks a familial style relationship between the two.
'A Month Of Sundays' has its moments but is dragged down by its one tempo style. A scene of a school play rehearsal is a rare moment of light whilst John Clarke's dry humour provides some relief and Julia Blake is a dignified presence.