It also stars Ian Smith - best know from Neighbours, playing a hilarious parody of himself that is a must see for all Neighbours fans past and present.
Here are some reviews:
Sydney Morning Herald
From the Sydney Morning Herald Review by Debi Enker:
The standouts are and (1 June). Written by Sarah Scheller with Alison Bell and starring Bell () as Audrey, the rattled, sleep-deprived mother of 12-week-old baby Stevie, takes an unsentimental look at parenthood, rejecting a reassuring soft focus but not surrendering its heart in the process. It surveys a messy scene, from the sometimes competitive and judgmental spirit of mothers' – sorry, parents' – groups, to the pressure of expectations, the dampening effect on marital sex and the disappearance of kind of a social life that was once taken for granted. Director Trent O'Donnell (, ) keeps the pace lively and the pitch-perfect cast includes Noni Hazlehurst as a seen-it-all-before infant welfare nurse, Ewen Leslie as Audrey's beleaguered husband and Patrick Brammall, hilarious as a local drug dealer.
Jojo's Kebab Van
Clayton Jacobson, our director, storyboarding a scene.
Ian Smith and his new girlfriend
The infamous park scene
Watching the shoot
The first day on set for the Moonman
Our talented cast
Late night shoot in Collingwood
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