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Stewart Kane, an Irishman living in the Australian town of Jindabyne, is on a fishing trip in isolated hill country with three other men when they discover the body of a murdered girl in the river. Rather than return to the town immediately, they continue fishing and report their gruesome find days later. Stewart's wife Claire is the last to find out. Deeply disturbed by her husband's action, her faith in her relationship with Stewart is shaken to the core. She wants to understand and tries to make things right. In her determination to help the victim's family Claire sets herself not only against her own family and friends but also those of the dead girl. Her marriage is taken to the brink and her peaceful life with Stewart and their young son hangs in the balance. The story of a murder and a marriage. A powerful and original film about the things that haunt us.
© 2006 April Films (Jindabyne) Pty Limited, Film Finance Australia Corporation and Babcock & Brown Asset Holdings Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Jindabyne's disparate themes may not quite cohere, but the film features fine performances from Linney and Byrne.
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Common Sense Says
Intense relationship drama for adults only.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this short story-based film is a bleak study of human cruelty in the form of emotional sabotage and actual murder. There are many violent episodes -- from the opening sequence in which a serial killer stalks his prey to a scene in which two children kill a pet to an emotionally jarring exchange in which a husband and wife fight each other with words and fists. Racism also rears its nasty head, and there are disturbing close-ups of a murdered woman. Characters drink, smoke, and swear.
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- Release Date:July 20, 2006
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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