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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean McEuan ...
Paul Lawrence
Rod Mullinar ...
Tony Brown
Hazel Phillips ...
Peggy Sylvester
Denis Doonan ...
Mark Bronoski
Amber Rodgers ...
Cara (as Julie Rodgers)
Brenda Senders ...
Marie Rosefield
Ann Aczel ...
Leigh Radford
Michael Charnley ...
John L. Fredericks
Bronwyn Barber ...
Kim Sylvester
Elza Stenning ...
Baroness Bronoski (as Elza Jacoby)
Tracy Lee ...
Theo (as Tracey Lee)
Les Berryman
Muriel Hopkins
Hugh Sawkins
Ken Johnson


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The Set (Unsophisticated Little Innocent)
performed by: The Flanagans
Written by: Lolita Rivera and Sven Libaek
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Surprisingly savvy and occasionally stylish
30 November 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

'The Set' was made two years before Australian television led the world in its depiction of sex in the classic soap 'Number 96'. Clunky and clumsy though much of the film is, there is a freshness and immediacy about some of its scenes that is very taking. Hazel Phillips is the standout in a generally unexciting cast: she alone has the style and elegance to convince us that this is a genuinely 'groovy' set of people challenging the still stifling mores of Australia as it enters the 1970s. Although the film is regarded today, if at all, as an oddity, Hazel Phillips and a few of the other actors present a fascinatingly savvy commentary on a transitional period between prudery and permissiveness.

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