By day, socially awkward Griff is an office worker in Sydney, who frequently daydreams about putting office bully Tony in his place. Griff prefers his fantasy world to the real one; his brother, Tim, moved from Adelaide to keep an eye on Griff and his increasingly unpredictable behaviour.
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Though Crowe would go on to command a higher paycheck, it's Weaving who seizes the plum role here as Martin, a blind man who takes pictures to crystallize the world around him so that others can later confirm his experiences. He meets Andy (Crowe), and the two strike up a friendship over a cat that Martin has inadvertently injured. Martin charges Andy with the task of viewing his photos, insisting that Andy must never lie to him. The paradox of Martin's strategy becomes immediately apparent. In order to receive the proof he craves, he must find someone he can trust.
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