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A Place to Call Home

  • 2016
  • Season 4
  • 12 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

Australian melodrama set after World War II, following one woman as she returns home to start a new life after spending twenty years abroad.

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Episode 1: A Nagging Doubt

Summary

Inverness is shocked by the death of a teacher whose fiance is serving overseas, and Elizabeth realises Henry's relationship with her grandson is not just professional

Review

Series four of the Australian saga – set in 1950s New South Wales and modelled on the highly strung Hollywood melodramas of that decade – begins with a suspicious death. Sarah (Marta Dusseldorp) thinks that what looks like a suicide might in fact be murder – what she doesn’t initially realise is that she was in danger herself.

Sarah’s got political strife on the horizon too, as 1954 sees Australia’s version of the Red Scare put anyone too outspoken at the risk of being labelled a Communist.

At the same time, though, social attitudes are loosening, which ought to be good news for the various characters whose sexual history is a shameful secret.

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Languages
English | Greek
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Sarah NordmannMarta Dusseldorp
Elizabeth BlighNoni Hazlehurst
George BlighBrett Climo
Jack DuncanCraig Hall
James BlighDavid Berry
Anna PolettiAbby Earl
Olivia BlighArianwen Parkes-Lockwood
Gino PolettiAldo Mignone
Carolyn BlighSara Wiseman
Regina BlighJenni Baird
Roy BriggsFrankie J Holden

Crew

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WriterBevan Lee
DirectorShirley Barrett

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