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TRUE LOVE AND CHAOS DIRECTED BY Stavros Andonis Efthymiou Starring Miranda OttoBen Mendelsohn Naveen AndrewsKimberley Davies Noah Taylor Hugo Weaving Rating M A GOOD old- fashioned road trip Old being the word emphasised in this low budgeted movie True love and Chaos is a long drawn out road trip movie on a very tight budget leaving no room for any Hollywood special effects or quality scenery The main problem with a film like this is that it fails to keep the audience emotionally attached long enough to consider watching any longer True love and Chaos is set across the lower half of Australia from Melbourne to Perth The scenery along this road was very arduous and the long expanse was extremely difficult to hold interest to the viewer Three mates travel across in search to find Mimis Miranda Otto mother and find out who her father is Mimi is a waitress and part time singer who is having Hanifs Naveen Andrews child Hanif is along for the adventure because of the consequences of his involvement in a drug theft masterminded by his friend Dean Noah Taylor Now of course the reason Dean is there for the ride is to protect the drugs he has stolen from his brother Jerry Ben Mendelsohn Jerry is the psychotic brother to Dean who wants his drugs back and will stop at nothing to ensure their return To put this bluntly the movie leads to catastrophe The only real saviour to this film is Morris Hugo Weaving a hard drinking hippy who sings Leonard Cohen songs Morris joins the pathetic crew on their journey to Perth and with his vulgar drinking habits and his drunken ways this man is the only reason the film would hold together and keep the viewers attention True Love And Chaos is a movie you
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