Milla is 16 years old and she is falling in love. Milla met Moses on platform four, and when her nose began to bleed, he took his shirt off to mop up her face. Milla lives with her parents, Henry, a psychotherapist, and Anna, who he prescribes sedatives to. The parents love their daughter and she loves them back, but they’re all hurting.
They’re all hurting because Henry and Anna don’t like Moses, but Milla is fighting cancer – so if Moses is what she wants, her parents will do anything to make her happy. This is the complex equation of Shannon Murphy’s stunning debut, a tremendous showcase of Australian talent.
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