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The Far Country (1988)

TV Movie  -   -  27 July 1988 (Sweden)
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Carl Zlinter
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Jennifer Morton
Brenda Addie ...
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Don Barker ...
Tom Armitage
Terry Brittingham ...
Bluey
Judith Burke ...
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Greg Carroll ...
Joe Brady
Lloyd Cunnington ...
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Dave Marshall
Peter Darby ...
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Myra De Groot ...
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Olga Dickie ...
Ethel Morton
Peter Drake ...
Gordon Tyce
Gerry Duggan ...
Pat Halloran
Maureen Edwards ...
Mrs. Morton
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Symphony in E Minor, Opus 95
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Music by Antonín Dvorák (as Dvorak)
Adapted by Garry McDonald & Laurie Stone
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This movie is even better than the Nevil Shute novel upon which it is based.
25 July 2000 | by (Ellicott City, Maryland) – See all my reviews

Unlike most movies, which are pale copies of the books that inspired them, The Far Country is even better than the Nevil Shute novel upon which it is based. The movie reminds me of A Town Like Alice, also a Shute story, in that it moves from World War II Europe to Australia and tells of two young people making a new life in that far country. The story is excellent, and the actors are more than capable. Anyone who likes a good adventure/romance should try this film.


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