Cate Blanchett as: Tracy
Directed by: Rowan Woods
Selected Cast: Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving, Martin Henderson & Dustin Nguyen
Written by: Jacquelin Perske
Release Year: 2005
Genre: Crime / Drama / Romance / Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
In Sydney, Tracey Heart is a thirty-two years old manager of a video shop ex-addicted in heroin and clean for four years. She is trying to raise forty thousand dollars to buy a shop for computer games on the next door of the rental and become partner of her boss, but based on her negative records, the banks deny the loan. Tracey takes care of her junkie stepfather Lionel Dawson, unsuccessfully trying to make him quit his heroin habit. When her former boy-friend Jonny returns from Vancouver, Tracey’s mother Janelle fears a fall of Tracey, while she blames Jonny for the car accident where her son Ray lost one leg. When Ray and Jonny associate to Moss, the assistant of the retired criminal boss Bradley ‘The Jockey’ Thompson, in drug dealing, Tracey is convinced by Jonny to join them and raise the necessary money for her business along the weekend.
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• “That’s absolutely what Tracy comes to incorporate into her sense of self.”
• Coming soon!
• Tracy Heart: “The past is right here. It’s right here.”
• Janelle: “She’s doing great. She opening her own shop.”
Tracy Heart: “Mum. I going into partnership with Min who I work for at the video shop. They’re expanding into internet online gaming.”
• Filmed in Australia (view all.)
• 12 wins & 22 nominations (view all.)
• Also known as ‘Tracy Heart’.
• Cate starred in the movies The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) with Hugo Weaving as well.
• Cate returned to work six months after giving birth to her son Roman in order to begin filming.
• One of the characters was originally meant to have been gone for a few years in Hong Kong. However, after shooting, they realized that the actor had a slightly American accent, so changed all references to Hong Kong to Vancouver, Canada.