The mouthwatering footage of electricity pylons in this film makes it worth the money on its own.The pylon count is EASILY the highest I have ever seen in any film. The plot is a fairly straightforward love story starring Rachel Griffiths and Pete Postlethwaite, but it's the electricity pylons who are the real stars. The only real criticism I would have is that during a scene where Rachel Griffiths climbs up a pylon, when not actually being employed as a pylon painter, there ought to have been a safety warning scrolling across the screen telling viewers not to follow this irresponsible example. Viewers should also be warned that there are scenes of FORNICATION and FRONTAL NUDITY, although the former is not very explicit, and the latter is tastefully shot. All the same, it could be a bit embarrassing if watching with old people or people with a very sheltered upbringing. Tantalisingly, despite having watched the film three times, I have been unable to make out the numbers of any of the pylons, but I suppose it's probably a deliberate ploy by director Sam Miller to keep his audience wanting more.