Tony Birch describes the Shakespearean qualities of the film Frances and the tragedy of a parent living their life through their child.
Tony is an acclaimed Melbourne writer. His short fiction collections are Shadowboxing (2006) and Father's Day (2009), and his first novel, Blood, was released in 2011.
See what Tony had to say about his other top films:
> The Hustler
> Splendour in the Grass
> Good Will Hunting
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