A very gritty Australian film, with of plenty of natural performers. Slow moving at times, but a story that was kind of unavoidable, in your face and was told with a lot of reality.
A former drug-addict in her early thirties attempts to put her shady past to rest while paving the way for a brighter future in director Rowan Woods' tale of love, trust, and redemption in modern-day ... read more
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May 23, 2011
November 15, 2010
I recognize Little Fish's failures, but for some reason I found it utterly heartbreaking.
September 3, 2008
An all-star Australian cast work this wonderfully scripted drama to its full extent. What starts of as a complex drama soon turns into that of a crime drama. It is to the films credit that the evolution of genres is handled rather well and goes mostly unnoticed. The film relies m...
June 9, 2008
Great performances raise this Australian tale of the struggle to move on and what to keep from your past, above the norm.
February 26, 2006
[font=Century Gothic]"Little Fish" is an Australian film about a recovering drug addict, Tracy(Cate Blanchett), who has been the manager of a video store for the past four years. She is trying to secure a loan, so she can own her own business but since she has the worst credit r...
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An all star Aussie lineup returns to their roots to piece together this extraordinary bit of drama. Nice to see that some people do in fact embrace their own cinema despite going Hollywood.
January 16, 2007
Acting just barely elevates somber tale of junkies trying to move on.
March 27, 2010
Yet another Australian film about drug addicts. Yawn.
December 13, 2009
Little Fish, Or, Lord of the Syringes: Elrond And Galadriel's Mystical Journey To Junkietown.
This Australian production is one of the best films centered around drug addiction that I have seen because it's told with a fresh approach. Cate Blanchett is brilliant as usual as ...
June 1, 2007
I guess I'm just getting sick of drug movies, and this one seemed even more pointless than most. The acting is good though.