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Innocence (2000)

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Release Date
 USA: Aug 17, 2001
 UK: 25 Oct 2000
DVD Release Date
 R1: Dec 10, 2002

MPAA Rating
Rated R for sexuality/nudity.

Running Time
1 hour, 34 minutes

Country Belgium, Australia

Studio Cinemedia, CineTe, Illumination Films, New Oz Productions, Showtime Australia, South Australian Film Corporation, Strand Releasing

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• Innocence



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Genre: Drama, Love Triangle, Marriage, Infidelity, Love

Plot: Director Paul Cox ponders the nature of love in this sincere tale of romance about two elderly people who debunk convention and follow their hearts. An aging Andreas (Charles Tingwell) realizes that a woman named Claire (Julia Blake), with whom he had a love affair forty years back, is living nearby. He sends her a letter hoping to reunite with her. Their meeting stirs up old feelings, and, to the confusion of their families, the two begin a lusty liason. The power of the film lies in Cox's fearlessly honest approach to such questions as the relationship between aging and loyalty, and the interplay between sensuality and love. Julia Blake's performance is touching in its clarity. The balance she maintains between attachment and anger towards her husband, John (Terry Norris), and companionship and passion towards Andreas is remarkable. Tingwell manages to keep from being overly sentimental by a whimsical vigor he injects into his characterization. In flashbacks of the couple's early years, Cox uses 8mm film stock to give these sequences a texture that is the embodiment of nostalgia and ephemera. Cox tells us, "Love is the only thing worth believing in. It's nave to believe otherwise."

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 Directed by
Paul Cox
The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky, Human Touch, Careful
 Written by
Paul Cox
Careful, The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky, Human Touch
 Cast
Julia Blake
Aquamarine, Salem's Lot, My Brilliant Career
Charles 'Bud' Tingwell
Ned Kelly, Breaker Morant, The Castle
Terry Norris
Three Dollars, Human Touch
Robert Menzies
Oscar and Lucinda, Three Dollars, Muggers
Marta Dusseldorp
Hell Has Harbour Views, BlackJack: In the Money, BlackJack: Sweet Science
Kristine Van Pellicom
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 Music By
Paul Grabowsky
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