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||IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 from R votes
||Release: 21 February 1992 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Romance
||Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse,
||Stars: Anthony Rawling, Belinda Davey, Cliff Ellen, Daniel Pollock, Darko Tuscan, Frank Gallacher, Frankie J. Holden, Geneviève Picot, Heather Mitchell, Hugo Weaving, Jeffrey Walker, Robert James O'Neill, Russell Crowe, Saskia Post, Tania Uren
||Synopsis: Black comedy about a blind man, Martin, who takes photographs as "proof" that the world really is as others describe it to him. The film explores his antagonistic relationships with Celia, who cleans and cooks for him and habitually rearranges the furniture in the house, and with Andy, a mate he thinks he can trust. Written by Anonymous
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This deliciously enticing bit of cinema from Down Under revolves around
activities of three people: A mistrustful blind man, a desperate,
love-hungry woman, a misguided young man, and what happens when these
Martin is a misanthropic blind man, whose unshakable mistrust of humanity
compels him to compulsively take photographs of everything around him. So
deeply-rooted is his paranoia that he believes his own mother rejected him
because of his handicap, and so deceived him in her descriptions of the
world. Martin took a picture--his first--of a garden his mother
described to him, as evidence that she had lied.
Martin's paranoia that anyone might be lying to him has shaped the rest of
his life, growing up to become uncompromising and fiercely independent.
behaves callously in his only human interaction--with his rancorous
housekeeper, Celia. Celia is obsessively, possessively in love with
But their relationship is a prickly one, marked with cruelty and malice
both parts. Martin, aware of Celia's desire for him, uses the knowledge
a weapon--tormenting her by keeping her on, but rebuffing her attempts.
return, Celia spitefully rearranges the furniture so Martin will run into
and exploits his dependency on her to boost her own ego.
Years later, Martin is still a photographer, but now he wants someone he
trust to describe his first photo to him, thus giving him the 'proof' of a
long-dead mother's love.
This someone happens to be Andy, a dishwasher at a local restaurant. But
when Andy threatens to become too great an influence in Martin's life,
Celia, feeling her territory has been violated, sets out to discredit
Andy--using her sexuality to control both men.
"Proof" could all so easily have slipped into melodramatic theatrics, but
the film skips nimbly along the line, managing to evade all potential
Most of the credit is due to the adroit, agile script and the outstanding
performances from the cast.
Jocelyn Moorhouse, the film's director and writer, has the innate gift of
comprehending, capturing, and conveying the human condition so aptly, so
that the audience is deftly drawn into these characters' lives. The film
doesn't rely on a contrived plot to induce interest; these ordinary
characters are intrinsically fascinating simply because of who they
The acting is superb, making for a fabulous ensemble piece. Hugo Weaving
renders a thoughtful performance as Martin, convincingly portraying a man
who has closed himself off so effectively against the possibility that he
might get hurt, that he has cut off the possibility of feeling. Genevieve
Picot is likewise excellent, marvelously calculating, yet vulnerable as
Celia. And Russel Crowe radiates an already unmistakable and irresistible
charisma on-screen in this early role as Andy. His easy-going, honest,
bloke-next-door charm is utterly appealing--a far cry from later roles in
"L.A. Confidential" and "Gladiator", showing his incredible acting
This diabolically clever, enormously witty, and refreshingly original film
can be hilariously funny at some times, genuinely heart-rending at others,
and an all-round brilliant bit of cinema. Well-worth a
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, Belinda Davey
, Cliff Ellen
, Daniel Pollock
, Darko Tuscan
, Frank Gallacher
, Frankie J. Holden
, Geneviève Picot
, Heather Mitchell
, Hugo Weaving
, Jeffrey Walker
, Robert James O'Neill
, Russell Crowe
, Saskia Post
, Tania Uren
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