A tender and stirring portrayal of a single day from two very different perspectives. Seven children wander the streets in an urban odyssey but not all of them find their way back. Then, experience the same time period from behind their mother's eyes where it's apparent that they are as vulnerable and defenceless as the children they care for. Heartfelt drama directed by Ana Kokkinos ("Head On") and based on the play "Who's Afraid of the Working Class". Stars Frances O'Connor, Miranda Otto, Deborra-Lee Furness and Victoria Haralabidou.

Year: 2009
Genre: Drama, Australian Film, Nick's Favourites, Alice's Playhouse, Film Festivals 2010
Country: Australia
Director: Ana Kokkinos
Starring: Deborra-Lee Furness, Frances O'Connor, Miranda Otto, Victoria Haralabidou, William McInnes
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Sex scenes and content that may disturb
Location in store: Australian Film



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