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Heartfelt and the Stillbirth Foundation are proud to present the first Australian cinema screenings of the movie "Return to Zero".
This is our rescheduled screening of the unsuccessful screening of 13 March, tickets purchased for the 13 March event are valid for this screening.
If this date doesn't work for you, please contact us for a full refund on email email@example.com
We apologise for the inconvenience
(the new cinema has tested the movie and it is working)
**Please note this screening doesn't have a director's floor talk**
(Ticketing is for general admission and there is no allocated seating)
RETURN TO ZERO is based on the true story of a successful couple, Maggie (MINNIE DRIVER) and Aaron (PAUL ADELSTEIN) who are preparing for the arrival of their first child. Just weeks before their due date they are devastated to discover that their baby son has died in the womb and will be stillborn.
Maggie and Aaron attempt to go on with their lives but cannot escape their postpartum grief. Their lives and relationship have been forever altered by this loss. And no one seems to understand the hell they are going through. Aaron’s dad, Robert (ALFRED MOLINA), encourages his son to bury himself in work, while Maggie’s Mom, Kathleen (KATHY BAKER), always says the wrong thing.
Maggie and Aaron try to cope in a myriad of ways undefined through denial, escape, and alcohol undefined but when Maggie ultimately discovers that Aaron is having an affair with Dana (SARAH JONES), a co-worker, she decides to end the marriage.
Just when Maggie believes she has started a new life, she discovers that she is pregnant by Aaron (from a last ditch ‘save the marriage’ getaway to Vegas.) With the help of Claire (CONNIE NIELSEN), an empathetic doctor who experienced a similar loss years ago, Maggie finally grieves for the loss of her son. Then she and Aaron must reunite to face a turbulent and terrifying pregnancy.
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