Hugo Weaving excels as war photographer Daniel Fisher returning home from South Sudan and preparing an exhibition of his work from the world's conflict zones. When South Sudanese refugee Sebastian, who has built a happy life for himself and his family in Australia, learns that the exhibition may contain photographs of a massacre in his village 15 years earlier, he appeals to Daniel to not include them The two strike up a friendship, but Weaving’s character is plunged into a moral and professional dilemma when he makes a shocking discovery. Set in Sydney, and with not an African gang in sight, this engaging, intelligent, complex and moving film has a powerful message for all of contemporary Australia.
The Regent cinema was built in 1947 and retains many of the beautiful old features of that era, mixed with the latetest projection and sound equipment. The Regent specialises in presenting international art house films, together with a selection of the best from Hollywood - and They are fully licensed so you can enjoy a quiet glass of wine or one of the famous local beers in our beautiful foyer or on our balcony overlooking the quaint towm of Murwillambah.