Pics & Flicks | 1 September 2017

Pics and FlicksAfter attending a talk on reincarnation by a visiting swami (Art Malik), sickly Horatio Fisk (Peter O’Toole), who is still grieving over the death of his eldest son, and his youngest son, Henslowe (Jeremy Northam), meet the charismatic Dean Spanley (Sam Neill) and the businessman Wrather (Bryan Brown).

Horatio and Dean become fast friends and meet up frequently for dinner. Dean, though, is no ordinary guest. He claims to be the reincarnation of a dog, which only intrigues Horatio more.

DirectorToa Fraser
ScreenplayAlan Sharp
Adapted form a short story byEdward Plunkett, 18th Baron of Dunsany
Adapted fromMy Talks with Dean Spanley
Duration: 100 minutes
Rating: G
More informationwww.paramountpicturesaustralia.com.au/deanspanley/

“Toa Fraser’s sensitive direction of this deceptively challenging and surprisingly satisfying film, keeps the tone perfectly balanced in the manner of perhaps an eccentric English tale with dashes of humour and pathos.” Andrew L. Urban – Urban Cinefile

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