The Moochmore girls are certain they all suffer from some kind of mental illness. Their mother, unable to cope, has a nervous breakdown. Her husband commits her to a mental hospital and then, in desperation, picks up a hitchhiker and employs her as nanny.
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What parents need to know before their kids see Introducing the Dwights.
Mental -- A new comedy from the director and star of Muriel's Wedding; a family in need is taken over by a renegade nanny with a style all her own.
Mental -- A charismatic, crazy hothead transforms a family's life when she becomes
the nanny of five girls whose mother has cracked from her husband's political ambitions and his infidelity.
Mental -- A charismatic, crazy hothead transforms a family's life when she becomes the nanny of five girls whose mother has cracked from her husband's political ambitions and his infidelity.
Introducing the Dwights -- The shy son of an aging comedienne tries to find a balance between his demanding home life, his new girlfriend, and his mother's second chance at fame.
TV Spot for the Mental DVD which will be available on June 4th.
A new comedy from the director and star of Muriels Wedding; a family in need is taken over by a renegade nanny with a style all her own.
A new comedy from the director and star of Muriel's Wedding; a family in need is taken over by a renegade nanny with a style all her own.
MENTAL is a multiple award winning art-house hit documentary that observes the complex world of an outpatient mental health clinic Chorale Okayama in Japan, interwoven with patients, doctors, staff, volunteers, and home-helpers. It depicts the daily lives and candid faces of patients, revealing their philosophy, sufferings, anxiety, and joy.
Toni Collette reunites with the director of Muriel's Wedding in a wildly hilarious yet inspiring comedy about an eccentric nanny who teaches a family to be true to themselves.
From the director of Muriel’s Wedding, PJ Hogan and star Toni Collette, reunite in an original comedy with heart. The Moochmore girls are certain they all suffer from some kind of undiagnosed mental illness - because if they’re not crazy then they’re just unpopular. Their mother Shirley (Rebecca Gibney) - unable to cope with her demanding daughters and unsupported by her philandering politician husband, Barry (Anthony LaPaglia) - suffers a nervous breakdown. After Barry commits his wife to a mental hospital (telling his constituents that “she’s on holiday”) he finds himself alone with 5 teenage girls he barely knows. Desperate, he impulsively picks up a hitchhiker named Shaz (Collette) and installs her in his home as nanny to his daughters.
"Introducing the Dwights" is a heartfelt comedy about a mother who tries to come between her son and his coming of age. Tim's mom, Jean, is a bawdy and risque comedienne still hoping to make it big. His brother Mark helps their mother rehearse for shows. Together, they inhabit a non-traditional household where chaos is the norm, the music is always on, and Jean's larger-than-life personality takes center stage. When Tim meets and falls for Jill, his home becomes a combat zone as his mother fears this new girl, whose name she refuses to remember, will "break up" the unique family unit she's tried so hard to keep together. In this quirky and oftentimes touching tale, Tim must learn to manage the emotions of the women of his life without losing himself in the process.
The shy son of an aging comedienne tries to find a balance between his demanding home life, his new girlfriend, and his mother's second chance at fame.
Julie and Dave knuckle down to the stressful task of buying a house in Sydney on a tight budget.
The Rafters begin the emotional task of packing up their beloved family home.
It’s a matter of head versus heart as Julie and Dave wrestle with their decision to sell their beloved family home.
When a room at their preferred nursing home comes up, Julie and Dave raise the difficult topic with Ted.
Dave's enduring belief that nothing is beyond repair is put to the test.
Julie finds herself dealing with the demands of a toddler and caring for Ted.
Ted continues to drift between the past and present
Nathan heads to London, desperate to find out why his wife Saskia never arrived in Sydney
After months of putting her own needs on hold to take care of her family, Julie is starting to feel the strain
Easy-going Dave has his limits put to the test – and begins to suspect his good nature is being taken advantage of.
Julie narrates, as she muses on high hopes. Hers are especially lofty at the moment because Nathan is moving back to Australia.
Nathan will do anything to get his wife and son to Australia as soon as possible. All he needs is a job and a home. Simple, right? Guess again
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