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FIVE MOMENTS OF INFIDELITY

Director: Kate Gorman

AUSTRALIA| 2005. COLOUR. DOLBY DIGITAL STEREO. 90 MIN.


This thought-provoking first feature from former theatre and TV director Kate Gorman chronicles moments of infidelity across five different worlds in the same city. There is the carefree sexy young things who think they have nothing to lose; the upwardly mobile thirty-something couple with perfect careers and family; the gay pair with an open relationship; the frustrated urban duo hanging onto familiarity; and the suburban family that’s riddled with secrets and lies. A believer in the Mike Leigh approach of developing her scripts through a process of research and rehearsals, Gorman has produced a complex and non-judgemental portrait of modern-day relationships in which infidelity is a common feature. ‘You have to appreciate that people have different guidelines, so you can’t judge them,’ says Gorman. ‘I’m not really saying that infidelity is right or wrong. However, somebody gets hurt every time, so the film is showing that infidelity does cause upset. That doesn’t mean we should judge people.’

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