This pleasantly twisted little 1991 picture marks a sharp and self-confident debut for Australian writer-director Jocelyn Moorhouse. It's a film about trust, love and control, about the differences between truth and reality and the risks you run when you leave yourself open to intimacy. Hugo Weaving stars a a blind but passionate photographer, Genevieve Picot (pictured) as his acerbic housekeeper and Russell Crowe as a cheerful dishwasher (Bravo early Friday at 1 a.m.).

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