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One Perfect Day (2005)





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Twenty-two-year-old Tommy Matisse (Dan Spielman) is a student at the Royal Academy of Music in London who dreams of writing an opera that will speak truth in the chaos of the contemporary world. Consumed by his unrelenting search for inspiration and his powerful love for girlfriend Alysse (Leeanna Walsman), Tommy remains deaf to the desperate cries of his younger sister Emma (Abbie Cornish). When Emma and Alysse go out for a night of partying and Emma suffers a fatal overdose, Alysse's burden of guilt becomes too weighty to bear and she soon seeks to tell Tommy the truth about his sister's death. Subsequently torn apart by Tommy's anger and Alyssa's sorrow, the pair both embark on solitary journeys that find Tommy making a name for himself in the Melbourne club scene, and self-destructive Alyssa falling under the drug-addled influence of powerful music producer and nightclub owner Hector Lee (Andrew Lee). Though Tommy and Alyssa are later reunited when their paths intersect at the club where Tommy is DJ'ing, the resulting rage of jealous Hector threatens to spell tragedy for all involved. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Dan Spielman
as Tommy Matisse
Leeanna Walsman
as Alysse Green
Andrew Howard
as Hector Lee
Abbie Cornish
as Emma Matisse
Kerry Armstrong
as Carolyn Matisse
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Critic Reviews for One Perfect Day

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grooves to a dynamic, passionate and electric beat...Spielman and Leeanna Walsman are superb

March 16, 2004

Frenetic, rhythmic and rousing, the film is a kaleidoscope of intensity, as we enter deep into the bowels of the erratic rave scene. The story may flounder in parts, but the emotions are clear.

February 25, 2004

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