Soft Fruit

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Soft Fruit
Soft Fruit FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Christina Andreef
Produced by Helen Bowden
Jane Campion (executive producer)
Written by Christina Andreef
Starring Jeanie Drynan
Russell Dykstra
Sacha Horler
Genevieve Lemon
Linal Haft
Music by Antony Partos
Cinematography Laszlo Baranyai
Edited by Jane Moran
Distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures
Release date
  • 1999 (1999)
Running time
101 minutes
Country Australia
Language English
Box office A$598,704 (Australia)

Soft Fruit is a 1999 drama about a dying mother, and her children who come together to fulfill her last wishes. It is an Australian American co-production produced by Australian filmmaker Jane Campion and directed by Christina Andreef.

Andreef later talked about the themes of the film:

As you grow older, it's so difficult to stay in relationship with your adult brothers and sisters. When you get into your thirties and forties, paths are dividing. Soft Fruit is about that sibling struggle. You think you don't care when you have a fight and fall out. Someone is always on the outer. It's about that struggle to get back on the inner, on the inside.[1]




Box Office[edit]

Soft Fruit grossed $598,704 at the box office in Australia,.[3]

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