- PRODUCER SUE MILLIKEN IN CONVERSATION WITH PAUL HARRIS FROM 3RRR'S FILM BUFFS FORECAST
- Audio commentary with director John Duigan and producer Sue Milliken
- INFORMAL HOME MOVIE CHAT BETWEEN HUGH GRANT AND DIRECTOR JOHN DUIGAN
- ABC LIVELY ARTS INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN LINDSAY
- THEATRICAL TRAILER
- STILLS GALLERY
It is 1930s Australia, a debonair, forward-thinking young clergyman, Anthony Campion (Hugh Grant, ABOUT A BOY) has arrived from England with his wife Estella (Tara Fitzgerald) to find a scandal brewing. Notorious bohemian Norman Lindsay (Sam Neill, THE DISH) is exhibiting a picture that has outraged the church establishment, and the Bishop of Sydney prevails on Anthony to visit the painter and negotiate its withdrawal.
The couple travel to the beautiful Blue Mountains and spend several days with the Lindsay family and three free-spirited models (Elle MacPherson, Kate Fischer and Portia De Rossi) who are posing for a nude painting of the legendary Sirens. As Anthony debates with Norman, he is shocked to realise his wife is being drawn into the seductive games of the three sirens, and soon fears his very marriage is under threat. Slyly humorous, sexy and ravishing to look at, Sirens is a feast for the senses.
Director: John Duigan
Cast: Hugh Grant, Tara Fitzgerald, Sam Neill, Pamela Rabe, Elle Macpherson, Portia de Rossi, Kate Fischer