Acclaimed New Zealand director Niki Caro and Keisha Castle-Hughes reunite in the long awaited adaptation of Elizabeth Knox's award winning novel The Vintner's Luck. The passionate tale of Sobran Jodeau, an ambitious young peasant winemaker and the three loves of his life - his beautiful wife Celeste, the proudly intellectual baroness Aurora de Valday and Xas, an angel who strikes up an unlikely but enduring friendship. Under his guidance Sobran is forced to fathom the nature of love and belief and in the process grapples with the sensual, the sacred and the profane - in pursuit of the perfect vintage.
Like watching paint dry
- The Vintner's Luck review by AJ
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Sooooo dull it's beyond belief. Incredibly slow and dated. Plot very simplistic. Had to switch it off as I lost the will the will to live. Recommend you avoid it at all costs there are so many great films to enjoy out there.