INTERVIEW WITH DAVID WENHAM FOR THE OFFICIAL SITE OF "ORANGES AND SUNSHINE"
David talks in details about his character, his story line and the project as a whole.
June 27, 2011 ,Crikey
Luck Buckmaster FILM: ORANGES AND SUNSHINE
Leading Australian critic interviews the director. An interesting conversation about the style, the pitfalls, the most powerful scenes and characters of the film.
June, 13, 2011
Edd Gibbs ORANGES AND SUNSHINE
A small review with the direct speech of the main heroes: Jim Loach and David Wenham talk about the project.
June, 12, 2011 , smh.com.au
Susan Chenery "I CAN STILL HEAR THE KID'S SCREAMS"
As a film examines the injustices of the child migration schemes, Susan Chenery talks to those left scarred by the shame of two countries.
June 04, 2011 , The Advertiser
Andrew Fenton SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS OF LOST CHILDREN
Only a heartless cynic could remain indifferent to the subject of the film. How difficult was it for the man, who grew up in a loving family, to feel the soul of the orphan?
May 07, 2011 , The Australian
The author interweaves his dramatic narrative about the plot, characters and stories with thoughts of the director, the screenwriter and the leading actor on the project and its social mission.
17 March 2011
Ross Purdie WENHAM REVEALS TRAGEDY IN HISTORY
David's humble contribution to the modest promotion of the modest project.
10.10.2010 , Agence France-Presse
Mathew Scott УORANGES AND SUNSHINEФ SHEDS LIGHT ON DARK EPISODE
Report about the film premiere at the 15th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF), South Korea. Interview with the director and the scriptwriter.
June, 14, 2011, The West Australian
Mark Naglazas "ORANGES AND SUNSHINE"
"Played with just the right balance of swagger and sensitivity by the wonderful Wenham, who builds a lovely rapport with the more serious-minded Margaret, Len is one of those classic characters whose spirit infuses an entire movie, making what might have been a bit of a drudge into a celebration of survival in the face of unthinkable abuse."
June, 13, 2011, The Sun-Herald
Edd Gibbs "ORANGES AND SUNSHINE"
"Wenham, as Len, is in fresher waters, masterfully straddling an awkwardly fine line between the tough-exterior male and the deeply wounded lost soul with nowhere left to go."
June, 10, 2011, abc.net.au
Julie Rigg "ORANGES AND SUNSHINE"
"Here Len unfolds his story, and his ultimate revenge on the adults who used and cheated so many children. It was here I began to understand another kind of emotional damage. When the going gets tough, the tough don't necessarily survive intact."
June, 9, 2011, The Age
Jake Wilson "ORANGES AND SUNSHINE"
"But thanks to the talents of Watson and Wenham, Margaret's bond with Len is the film's most charged element, an exchange where both sides have something to offer."