Nobody knows where love and colonic irrigation goes. Terence Gross' bizarre and satiric dark comedy follows the peculiar travails of chef Kath (Toni Collette) and her former lover Ronald (Daniel Craig). He's been running decaying resort and spa, the Hotel Splendide, just the way his parents did years before. Bad food and regular enemas are included in the price. After five years away, Kath returns to work with Ronald, with unexpected results.
A deliciously dark and dry-witted film which takes you completely and enjoyably out of your everyday normality. Aesthetically appealing and the characters are diverse with high quality acting. The way in which it gets across that familiarity (however strange), can take over people's careers and lives, is also quite reflective.