After garnering awards and acclaim for her debut documentary My Mother India, Australian filmmaker SAFINA UBEROI tackles a truly sensitive subject with A Good Man.
Struggling NSW farmer Chris Rohrlach desperately needs a second income. Fourteen years ago, his pregnant girlfriend Rachel suffered a massive stroke which left her incurably quadriplegic at age 21.
Now married, with a teenage son and a second child on the way, life on the farm is getting tougher and the pressure is mounting.
To make ends meet and to the horror of many townspeople, Chris has decided to open a legal brothel.
Join Chris and his family in their “touching and unexpectedly hilarious” journey that may lead you to question your own values and moral boundaries. Discover to what lengths A GOOD MAN will go. Poignant, funny and deeply moving, this is a powerful story of love, commitment and a resilience that knows no bounds.
"I really wanted to make a small but meaningful story and I couldn't believe that I found this one... it's just a beautiful, and very inspiring story. An inspiring story that also happens to be a very strange and surprising one." -Safina Uberoi