A Man's Gotta Do
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|A Man’s Gotta Do|
|Directed by||Chris Kennedy|
|Produced by||Chris Kennedy|
|Music by||Peter Best|
|Edited by||Emma Hay|
|4 November 2004 (AUS)|
|Box office||A$154,971 (Australia)|
- Most men hold their head high, put their backs to the wall and do what they must do to give their family what they want.
The frustrated Yvonne begins flirting with Paul, the plumber, (Rohan Nicol). Eddy encourages Dominic to read his daughter's diary thinking that's the way to get a better understanding of her needs.
The film received Mixed reviews. Australian TV show At the Movies gave it three and a half stars. It holds a 40 metascore, with the Village voice giving it 30/100
- "Australian Films at the Australian Box Office", Film Victoria Archived 9 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine accessed 14 November 2012
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