Synopsis: The lantana bush, on its surface, is a lovely plant, filled with exotic flowers. Beneath this beauty, however, hides a thick, thorny growth. The lantana serves as a central symbol in Ray Lawrence's new film, an ominous, beguiling psychological thriller that is a labyrinth of love, sex and deceit. Police detective Leon Zat (Anthony LaPaglia), consumed with guilt over cheating on his wife, becomes embroiled in a missing persons investigation. Director Lawrence and writer Andrew Bovell use the crime-story format to study four sets of married couples. These couples' secrets and lies crisscross Leon's investigation and illuminate the personal crisis he must resolve. Everyone in this film has something to hide, including characters played by Barbara Hershey, Geoffrey Rush and Kerry Armstrong.
Special Features: -Behind-the-scenes footage