Real estate agent Frank Mollard won't admit it, but he can't move on. Divorced but still attached, he can't sell a house in a property boom - much less connect with his teenage son. One night Frank gets a phone call from his mother. Nothing out of the ordinary. Apart from the fact that she died a year ago.
Thus blossoms a charming and unusual friendship with an elderly woman which inspires Frank to reconnect with life.
Everyone deserves a second chance, even a real estate agent. Frank's (Joe La Paglilia) mid-life funk is turned around when he receives a phone call from his dead mother. Divorced and unfulfilled, real estate agent Frank Mollard can't do anything right, be it selling houses, getting over the death of his mother, or connecting with his teenage son. But when he receives a call from an elderly woman who confuses him for her son, Frank is thrown into her life and surprises himself by developing a close bond with her. This comically unexpected relationship wakes Frank up and inspires him to reconnect with the people he's been neglecting.
- THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
"WRYLY COMIC, GENTLY DRAMATIC… GOOD PERFORMANCES, PARTICULARLY BY LEAD ACTOR ANTHONY LAPAGLIA. SATISFYINGLY COMPLEX AND WELL-CAST, LAPAGLIA'S CALMLY CAPTIVATING TURN, COUPLED WITH HIS DEFT DELIVERY OF DROLL LINES, GETS TO THE HEART OF THE FILM'S QUIET CHARM."
- SCREEN DAILY
"DELICATE PERFORMANCES BY ANTHONY LAPAGLIA AND JULIA BLAKE… A HANDSOME FILM"
"(A) MULTI-LAYERED, DELICATELY SHADED GLORIOUS BLOOM OF UNCOMMON BEAUTY. PLAYED WITH COURAGEOUS SUBTLETY BY ANTHONY LAPAGLIA. A SLOW BUT SURE MASTERPIECE OF UNCOMMON INSIGHT… YOU WILL BECOME CAPTIVATED AND REWARDED."
- IT'S JUST MOVIES
"7 OUT OF 10. ANTHONY LAPAGLIA… HIS PERFORMANCE HERE IS WONDERFUL. A HEARTFELT PERFORMANCE FULL OF EMOTIONAL SUBTLETY. WELL WRITTEN, WONDERFULLY PERFORMED, SHOULD PROVE TO BE A CROWD PLEASER."
- THE REEL WORLD
"4 1/2 POPCORNS. THIS IS A MUST SEE AUSTRALIAN DRAMEDY (COMEDY DRAMA). IT IS AWESOME! FUNNY, EXTREMELY WELL-ACTED AND BEAUTIFULLY SHOT, A MONTH OF SUNDAYS IS A MULTIFACETED MOVIE THAT IS SERIOUS AT ITS HEART, WHILE STILL RETAINING A FANTASTIC SENSE OF HUMOR."
- SALTY POPCORN
"LAPAGLIA IS AT HIS CHARMING, INGRATIATING BEST"
- REEL FILM REVIEWS
"8 OUT OF 10. A TREASURE THAT IS WORTH SEARCHING OUT AND SAVORING. A WONDERFUL JOURNEY OF HOPE. IT IS RARE THAT AN ACTOR IS PERFECTLY PLACED TO PORTRAY A ROLE, BUT IT WAS LIKE FRANK MOLLARD WAS WRITTEN FOR ANTHONY LAPAGLIA. A FILM THAT IS A SMALL JEWEL THAT WILL BE TREASURED BY ALL WHO DISCOVER IT."
- ENTERTAINMENT FUSE
"3 1/2 STARS. IT STANDS OUT AS A THOUGHTFUL AND WELL-ACTED PORTRAIT"
- CINEMUSE FILMS
"3 1/2 STARS. CHARMING… STARRING ANTHONY LAPAGLIA IN A COMPELLING PERFORMANCE"
- AN ONLINE UNIVERSE
"3 STARS. A MONTH OF SUNDAYS IS FUNNY, EMOTIONAL AND AN ENJOYABLE TRIP."
"3 STARS. LAPAGLIA IS BRILLIANT"
"COMPELLING COMING-OF-MIDDLE-AGE STORY. SAVILLE ELICITS MOVING PERFORMANCES."
- MOVIE CITY NEWS
Written an Directed by: Matthew Saville
Produced by: Nick Batzias, Matthew Saville, and Kirsty Stark
Starring: Golden Globe Winner, EMMY Award Winner, SAG Award Nominee Anthony LaPaglia ("Without a Trace", "Frasier", Lantana, The Client), Julia Blake (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Innocence, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark), Justine Clarke (Home and Away, Look Both Ways, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome), and John Clarke (The Man Who Sued God, The Brush-Off, Lonely Hearts)