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The Eye of the Storm Promotional poster Directed by Fred Schepisi Produced by Gregory J. Read Antony Waddington Screenplay by Judy Morris Based on The Eye of the Storm by Patrick White Starring Geoffrey Rush Charlotte Rampling Judy Davis Editing by Kate Williams Distributed by Transmission Country Australia Language English The Eye of the Storm is an upcoming Australian drama film directed by Fred Schepisi. It is an adaptation of Patrick White's novel of the same name. It stars Geoffrey Rush, Charlotte Rampling and Judy Davis. It is currently in post-production and is slated for a 2011 theatrical release.[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External links // Plot In the Sydney suburb of Centennial Park, a dying matriarch, Elizabeth Hunter (Rampling) is attended to by two nurses, a housekeeper and her two adult children (Rush and Davis). Despite her deteriorating health, Elizabeth continues to wield considerable control over her affairs and those around her.[2] Cast Geoffrey Rush as Basil Hunter Charlotte Rampling as Elizabeth Hunter Judy Davis as Dorothy de Lascabanes Robyn Nevin as Lal Helen Morse as Lotte Colin Friels as Athol Shreve Dustin Clare as Col Elizabeth Alexander as Cherry Cheesman Maria Theodorakis as Mary DeSantis Alexandra Schepisi as Flora References ^ Schepisi begins filming Australia’s only Nobel Prize winning Novel Movie Centre. 3 May 2010 ^ Schepisi, Rush in Eye of the Storm Movie Hole. 18 April 2010 External links The Eye of the Storm at the Internet Movie Database Teaser trailer v • d • e Films directed by Fred Schepisi 1970s The Devil's Playground (1976) · The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) 1980s Barbarosa (1982) · Iceman (1984) · Plenty (1985) · Roxanne (1987) · A Cry in the Dark (1988) 1990s The Russia House (1990) · Mr. Baseball (1992) · Six Degrees of Separation (1993) · I.Q. (1994) · Fierce Creatures (1997) 2000s Last Orders (2001) · It Runs in the Family (2003) 2010s The Eye of the Storm (2011)