A Month of Sundays
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A Month of Sundays is a 2015 film starring Anthony LaPaglia.


Real estate agent Frank Mollard won t admit it, but he can t move on. Divorced but still attached, he can t sell a house in a property boom – much less connect with his teenage son. One night Frank gets a phone call from his mother. Nothing out of the ordinary. Apart from the fact that she died a year ago.

Thus blossoms a charming and unusual friendship with an elderly woman which inspires Frank to reconnect with life.


  • Anthony LaPaglia as Frank Mollard
  • Julia Blake as Sarah
  • John Clarke as Phillip Lang
  • Wayne Anthoney as Noel Lang
  • Justine Clarke as Wendy
  • Terence Crawford as Stuart


On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 63% based on reviews from 19 critics.

Luke Buckmaster of The Guardian wrote Situations, subplots and even barely seen characters are unified with an almost cosmic sense of fate. David Nusair of Reel Film Reviews wrote One can only hope that this marks a temporary stumble for an otherwise talented filmmaker. Paul Byrnes in the Sydney Morning Herald said A Month of Sundays is a small miracle of a film – an odd combination of modesty and ambition.

Year 2015
ReleaseDate 2016-04-28
RuntimeMins 109
RuntimeStr 1h 49min
Plot Miserable real estate agent Frank, whose business is failing and his relationship with his family is at an all-time low, meets by chance Sarah, a nice woman who reminds him of his mother. Their friendship starts healing him emotio…
Awards Awards, 5 nominations
Directors Matthew Saville
Writers Matthew Saville
Stars Anthony LaPaglia, Julia Blake, Justine Clarke
Produced by Nick Batzias,Sally Clarke,Anthony LaPaglia,Matthew Saville,Kirsty Stark,Virginia Whitwell,Paul Wiegard
Music by Bryony Marks
Cinematography by Mark Wareham
Film Editing by Ken Sallows
Production Design by Robert Webb
Set Decoration by Jennifer Drake
Costume Design by Anita Seiler
Makeup Department Beverley Freeman,Marie-Lyne Morant,Tracy Phillpot,Fiona Rees-Jones,Charlotte Taylor
Production Management Phil Pike
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Marshall Crosby,Shannon Crotty,James Dubay,Mark Knight,Peter Ninos,Dimitrios Pouliotis
Art Department Laura Franklin,Steve Hayter,Kane McKay,John Moore,Luke Rynderman,Geoffrey Tarr,Megan Teague,Daniel Vieceli
Sound Department Geoffrey Crowther,James Currie,Tom Heuzenroeder,Michael Miller,Pete Smith,J.B. Williams,Travis Williamson,Helen Pereira
Visual Effects by Marcus Cobbledick,Mark Harris
Stunts Jennifer Bichard
Camera and Electrical Department David Birrell,Tim Carlier,Ernie Clark,Mark Cowley,Peter Itsines,Vivyan Madigan,Brett Moyle,Matt Nettheim,Cooper Rees-Jones,Richard Rees-Jones,John Smith,Mike Smith,Andrew Stankovich,Christian Were,Jules Wurm,Simon Zagami
Casting Department Angela Heesom
Costume and Wardrobe Department Tuesdaii Scopazzi,Heather Wallace
Editorial Department Karen McKay,Marty Pepper,Paul Sobolewski
Location Management Mark Evans
Music Department Les Molnar
Script and Continuity Department Caitlin Hall
Transportation Department Peter Itsines,Roger Lamey
Additional Crew Elspeth Baird,Denise Farrell,Jesse Goninon,Tim Hodgson,Kym Kornaat,Carly Maple,Emma Marshall,Sonya Marshall,Michael Matrenza,Dimitrios Pouliotis,Suzanne Walker,Alexis West
Genres Comedy, Drama
Companies Madman Production Company
Countries Australia
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.1
ImDbRatingVotes 457
Keywords mother son relationship,day in title,real estate agent,independent film,australia