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Reference Type web
Title SBS Film
Chapter/Web article title Walking on Water Review
Author(s)David Stratton,Margaret Pomeranz
Editor(s)SBS Films
State Unknown
Country Australia
Publication Date
Citation Date 03-05-2012
Site URL
Comments Stars of the SBS television Program ‘At The Movies’, David Stratton and Margeret Pomeranz review the 2002 Australian film ‘Walking on Water’, directed by Tony Ayres. The review is a written script of what Pomeranz and Stratton stated to viewers on their television program in 2002. This is not just your plain old website article review, SBS’s website also has clip of the television program that highlights scenes from the film ‘Walking on Water’. Having the clips is very helpful as video clips about ‘Walking on Water’ are particularly hard to find. The clip provides for a great reference as it reinforces the points made to the viewer by Pomeranz and Stratton when they are reviewing the film. The website also shows still images of the film, but above all is a great resource as it has a four minute clip with interviewing the writer Roger Monk, director Tony Ayres, actor Vince Colosimo, actress Maria Theodorakis. The interviews give us insights to how each person felt about the story and the themes, which is very interesting. Although the written review by Stratton and Pomeranz is short, it is precise and to the point, establishing the most effective areas of the film.
Synopsis A review of the film 2002 film 'Walking on Water' by Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton, the stars of the SBS television program 'At The Movies.' The publication also has clips of the film 'Walking on Water' and interviews with the cast.
tags: At the Movies Maria Theodorakis Roger Monk Tony Ayres Walking on Water Walking on Water Clips 
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