RAY LAWRENCE

LANTANA

Sometimes love isn't enough.
2001 · 121 mins · Drama
A woman disappears. Four marriages are drawn into a tangled web of love, deceit, sex and death. Not all of them will survive. LANTANA is a psychological drama about love, infidelity and mistrust. It's about the mistakes we make, the consequences we suffer and the attempts we make to fix things up. Detective Leon Zat moves through a dark labyrinth of human relationships on his journey to solve the mystery of a woman’s disappearance. He strips away layer after layer to reveal the tender and dark underbelly of this perplexing obsession between men and women called love. And each layer...

A woman disappears.
Four marriages are drawn into a tangled web of love, deceit, sex and death.
Not all of them will survive.

LANTANA is a psychological drama about love, infidelity and mistrust. It's about the mistakes we make, the consequences we suffer and the attempts we make to fix things up.

Detective Leon Zat moves through a dark labyrinth of human relationships on his journey to solve the mystery of a woman’s disappearance. He strips away layer after layer to reveal the tender and dark underbelly of this perplexing obsession between men and women called love. And each layer causes him to reflect back on his own marriage, on what he has lost and what he must get back.

A mystery for adults, from the director of BLISS, and the producer of THE PIANO.

Regular price $7.00

A wonderfully acted, acutely observed psychological drama. VARIETY (David Stratton)

Info

Format
DVD
Catalogue
MMA9205
Languages
English
Encoding
PAL
Aspect Ratio
2.35:1

Directed by

Ray Lawrence

Featuring

Rachael Blake, Kerry Armstrong, Geoffrey Rush, Barbara Hershey, Anthony LaPaglia

Special Features

Audio commentary with director Ray Lawrence, producer Jan Chapman and writer Andrew Bovell
THE NATURE OF LANTANA a40-minute behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the film
Cast & crew biographies
Original theatrical trailer
Trailers, artwork, image gallery and other background information on the film