Any Questions For Ben Sydney Premiere Review

Originally published at http://au.movies.yahoo.com/on-show/article/-/12836476/any-questions-for-ben-sydney-premiere/ Any Questions for Ben

A quarter life crisis? This is the very first time I’ve heard of one of those. However the new Australian film ‘Any Questions For Ben?‘ very much revolves around this notion.

With a stellar cast of home grown hotties including Josh Lawson, Rachael Taylor and Jodi Gordon, this movie explores the life of Ben (Lawson); a 27 year old man who has it all: a super hot social life and all the cash in the world to go with it. But what happens when Ben gets called back to his school to speak about his achievements?

The film is called ‘Any Questions For Ben?’ but no kids actually seem to have any questions for him. This marks the pivotal moment for Ben as he steps back to evaluate just what he wants out of life.

We hit the film’s premiere at St George Open Air cinemas in Sydney late last week to catch up with the stars.

Rachael Taylor, gracing the red carpet in Louis Vuitton, said that her immediate future plans are just to be “enjoying, resting and living life” after a hectic year of filming commitments in 2011. Co-star Jodi Gordon on the other hand is busy in the lead up to her upcoming wedding, revealing local designers J’Aton as the masterminds behind her bridal frock.

Overall, the red carpet chatter steered towards one underlying point about the movie: the absolute highlight for the cast members of working with the utter comedic brilliance of the Working Dog production team.

And what can movie-goers expect when watching the flick? A ride through the rowdy years of twenty-somethings, providing a light-hearted entertainment experience, whilst still exploring captivating themes.

Leading man Josh Lawson told us: “you will leave, thinking you want to have an adventure!”

Unfortunately, being outdoors meant the premiere was a bit of a wash out. You can however brace yourself for an adventure of your own and catch ‘Any Questions For Ben?’ in cinemas, February 9.

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