Fracture (2004 film)

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Fracture
Fracture2004Poster.jpg
Fracture film poster
Directed by Larry Parr
Produced by Charlie McClellan
Written by Larry Parr
Based on Crime Story 
by Maurice Gee
Starring Kate Elliott
John Noble
Jennifer Ward-Lealand
Michael Hurst
Edited by Jonathan Woodford-Robinson
Distributed by New Zealand Film Commission
Release dates
  • September 2004 (2004-09)
Running time 107 minutes
Country New Zealand
Language English
Budget $1 million

Fracture is a 2004 New Zealand film written and directed by Larry Parr and based on the novel by Maurice Gee. The film is set in Wellington and stars Kate Elliott, Jared Turner and Australian John Noble. The film was met with positive reviews and was the second highest grossing local film at the New Zealand box office in 2004 behind In My Father's Den.[1]

Plot[edit]

A young solo mother (Elliott) loves her son and his needs are foremost, but she still has room in her heart for her very broken brother (Turner), even as her fundamentalist mother cruelly rejects her. But when the brother is responsible for a woman's broken neck, during his burglary of her house, families are changed as crisis amplifies and at times the young mother seems to be the only adult.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Kate Elliott Leanne Rosser
Jared Turner Brent Rosser
John Noble Howard Peet
Tim Lee Clyde Rosser
Miranda Harcourt Irene Rosser
Alicia Fulford-Wierzbicki Olivia Peet
Tammy Davis Detective Peters
Jed Brophy Tony Dorio
Dane McMahon Sione Ta'ala

Tagline[edit]

A single crack can shatter everything.

Production[edit]

The film had originally been set for a 2003 release but was delayed during production by the dissolution of director Larry Parr's production company Kahukura Productions.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fracture
  2. ^ "Fracture". NZ On Screen. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 

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