Dimity (Miranda Otto), an introverted, unassuming waitress at a Chinese restaurant in the desolate Australian town of Sunray, has never been in a relationship. Her housemate and sister, Vicki-Ann (Rebecca Frith), a raucous hairdresser, spends her spare time reading romance novels and fantasizing about marriage. When Ken Sherry (George Shevtsov), a slimy, smooth-talking radio disc jockey from Brisbane, moves in next door, the two love-starved sisters compete for his affection.
As screens go dark
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