“The fine performances by all the cast members likewise make this very much a riveting slice-of-life, with Szeps and Gubbay as the family patriarchs being especially memorable. The technical work, including Ben Allan’s cinematography, is first-class. The wide green paddocks and small suburban backyards show the different worlds of the people and what they wish for.
McLean’s Money shows just what Newcastle people can do when in front of the cameras and I’m proud of their work.”
“A rich tapestry of complex relationships”
Federation of Victorian Film Societies