|Directed by||John Polson|
|Music by||Paul Grabowsky|
Channel 4 Films
New South Wales Film and Television Office
|Distributed by||United International Pictures|
|Release date(s)||9 September 1999|
|Running time||91 minutes|
Perry (Linus Roache)is an English chemist working for a paint company and is depressed after losing his wife in a freak accident. As he tries to invent the new color Siam Sunset, he wins a prize, takes leave, and travels to Australia. Grace (Danielle Cormack), on the same tour bus, also has a troubled life. Together they hope to color the world with love rather than paint, but will the universe let them?
Siam Sunset grossed $878,819 at the box office in Australia,.
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