Australian film Not Suitable for Children opened the 59th Sydney International Film Festival at the State Theatre on Wednesday June 6, 2012. The film centres around a man in his mid-twenties who discovers he has a less than a month of fertility left. Check out the review after the jump.
The love triangle is one of the quintessential stories that films often tell, and while this one treads very familiar ground, it does so in a beautiful and engaging manner. Check out my review of Danish period drama, A Royal Affair after the jump.
The SFF 2012 programme officially went live yesterday and ticket sales are underway. You can view the programme here and buy tickets or passes here. After the jump check out my thoughts on the line-up and my confirmed schedule.