Taking its title from the final haunting verse of T.S. Eliot's "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," screenwriter Michael Petroni's directing debut is like a well-crafted ghost story: It's smart, subtle and deeply romantic. Successful Melbourne psychiatrist Sam Franks (Guy Pearce) makes an unexpected journey into the past when he learns that his late father's last wish was to be buried in Genoa, the sleepy, rural Australian town where Sam grew up. Dr. David Franks (Peter Curtin, in flashbacks) was a cold, distant widower who cared deeply for his late wife but little else. Sam, it seems, has grown up to be a lot like his father and only reluctantly agrees to escort h...