Directed by: Mark Joffe
Starring: Billy Connolly, Colin Friels, Judy Davis, Wendy Hughes
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Visible crew/equipment: At the end of the film when the cockatoo has left the building and is flying outside, you can see a wire attached to its leg.
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Steve Meyers: What do you think of a moral victory?Anna Redmond: A moral victory sounds good.
At the end of the movie when Steve and Anna are in the boat going across the harbour, in the background is a Shell petrol station on the shore. The boat is travelling from left to right across the screen, but as the camera shots change from Steve to Anna, or both at once, the Shell sign keeps changing its relative position to the boat.
During the scene where Billy Connelly is talking to the Russian family the mother says something about the insurance companies which the father translates as "they are not nice people". The word the mother uses is "svoloch" which would more accurately be translated as "they are f**kers."