The world of a recovering heroin addict is harrowing and heroic as portrayed by Cate Blanchett in Little Fish (2005). The movie's setting is the drug dens of Little Saigon, a dangerous district of Sydney, Australia, and a corrupting lure for the ex-junkie. From her brother to her ex-lover, Cate is constantly drawn into situations beyond her control that threaten more than her sobriety. The effects of addiction are clearly and unromantically drawn in this dramatic feature, but there's also time for the effects of nudity, as when Cate is in the shower without her clothes on. It may be heroin chic, but few will complain about the view, even if it may be the body of a double and not Cate. Those little fish are still a sight to see.