Josh (David Wenham) is going to leave Australia in three days. He meets Cin (Susie Porter)at a party. The two share a cab, and Cin thinks that three days might be just right for a fun fling.This is what happens, and most of the film takes place in Cin’s apartment. There is some prettywitty, breezy stuff here, but there is also much familiar material about how men and women aredifferent, and did we really need yet another romantic comedy with asides where the characters,inte…view-style, speak to the camera?
The audio is in both 5.1 and 2.0. The music sounds especially nice, with impressive surroundechoes from the percussion, and various instruments playing in different parts of the room. Neatstuff. The dialogue is crystal-clear too, and there are some nice moments of left-right separation.As for the sound effects, well, there isn’t much on display. Once in a while I heard somebackground noise from the rear speakers, but since so much of the film takes place in theapartment, the only sounds are those made by the two characters, so there isn’t much call forsound effects.
The colours are very good, with very warm hues and strong contrasts. The blacks and fleshtones are equally good. The problem is the cropping down to fullscreen. This is especiallyproblematic in two-shots, such as in the cab scene, which are badly hurt by the cropping.Otherwise, a problem-free transfer.
The menu is scored, and the only extra is the trailer.
We’ve been here before, but the performances are strong, even if the jokes are prettyfamiliar.
Special Features List
- Theatrical Trailer