Plot: Four friends lose themselves in a carefree South-East Asian holiday.
Review: “Wish You Were here” is the directorial debut from Kieran Darcy-Smith, after some minor performances as an actor in two of the most successful Australian movies of the last years, such as: “Animal Kingdom” or “The Square”. The story guidelines basically deal with lie and guilt in very different ways. Structured with constant flashbacks, the movie was capable of sharpen my curiosity for a while but in the end, I had that strange sensation of wanting something more. It’s not a bad movie at all, just was not so emotional or intense as insinuated.Relevant awards: -