Synopsis: Elspeth Dickens dreams of finding her "voice" despite being stuck in an isolated farmhouse with her twin toddlers. A web-cam becomes her pathway to fame and fortune, but at a price.
Director(s): Mark Lamprell
Production: The Film Company
  1 win & 9 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
104 min



Whoa! Ugh!



Don't eat that!

It's cow poo! Yuck!

Put this down!

What were you doing?

You were eating cow poo!

Come on. Let's get you home.

Got to get you clean.

Come on.

Let's get you in the bath.

Get you all clean.

Sorry, Steve,

I'll milk you later.

Hi, Steve!

Come on.

You're so handsome.

You're so handsome!

Hey. It's me.

I can't wait to see you

and the boys.

I can't believe it's been

six weeks. Love you. 'Bye.

Jimmy. I can't believe

I missed your call.

It must have been while I was

wiping cow poo off our sons.

What time is the boat due in?

I'm dying to see you.

Hello! You're still not there.

You haven't moved back

to London on me, have you?

Potty now!

Now? Alright.

Wow, really? Oh! Hang on.

Where'd you get

Mummy's earplugs?



- Eeeee...

- Mummy! Mummy!

Yay, me, me!

Sorry, Zack,

just let Fred finish.

# 'Cause if

he doesn't drop his load

# Fred is going to explode! #

- Eeee...

- Finished!

All done? Come on, then.

Whee! Oh.

- No poo.

- All gone.

Zack, no!

Oh! Zack.

I need those.

- 'Cause who's coming home today?

- Daddy!

# Daddy boat,

Daddy boat, Daddy boat

# Daddy boat, Daddy boat,

Daddy boat... I

Hey. It's me.

There's a north wind trying to

blow us back to the Antarctic,

but I promise I'll be home

for dinner - can't wait.

- Boat!

- That's like Daddy's boat.

- Boat!

- We don't need this boat.

Because Daddy's coming home

on his great big boat.

We hope.

- Boat!

- I said no.

Come on! Come on!

- Boat! Boat!

- Boat!


Boat! Boat!

Boat! Boat! Boat!

# When moon shines

# Its light on the sea

# Its golden path glistens

# The waves call and listen

# To children who sleep finally

# The night birds before us

# Sing softly in chorus

# And I clearly see... #

# I need a tantrum of my own

# Don't wanna raise

these kids alone

# I'm sick of being tough

# I feel I've had enough

# I need a tantrum of my own

# Waaaahhh!

# Waaaahhh

# Aaahh

# Aaahhhhh

A' Ah ha. A'

Ah. Uh...

Hey, crazy girl.

- Sorry I'm so late.

- Oh!

BOTH swam

- Been a big day, has it?

- Oh, baby.

You don't know

the half of it.

I love your smell.

- You have the best smell.

- Thanks.

- Wanna go to bed?

- Yeah.



Doesn't matter.

And now, Elspeth Dickens,

mother of twins...

...executes a triple half pike

with a twist of lemon.



- Mama! Mama!

- Oh! Hold that thought.

OK. You sit there,

you sit there. Alright. OK.

- Come on, Dad!

- Give it a kick!

# Doo-doo... #

- Yeah!

- Yes!

# Let's all do

the shimmie shake

# Shake it on way down low

# Shake it on high... #

We got about three minutes

till they're back in here.

Ah! That's stacks of time!


- Lads.

- Hi.


Who wants to make

breakfast in bed for Mama?

- Me!

- Hey! Come on.


- I'm on it, I'm on it.

- The stove.

- What? What?

- It's on.

- Careful, you'll step on the...

- Get them off the counter.

You put them next to

a burning stove!

What did you want me to do?

Put them on the floor

with the broken glass?

- Can you pass me a paper towel?

- Where are they?

In the drawer,

where they always are.

Mama's foot.

Yes, bubba,

Mama got some glass in it.

- Can I help?

- No.

- You've done enough.

- El, don't do this.

Maybe Dad'll take Fred and Zack

to feed the chooks

while Mama cleans up in here.

- I can clean.

- No, Mama will do it.

- What are we doing?

- It's OK.

We'll go feed the chooks.

Daddy will be there in a second.

- What's going on?

- Nothing.

You go away, you come back.

You vanish into the Antarctic

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