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The Leaving of Liverpool (1992)

A poignant and forceful saga which traces the fortunes of two English children uprooted from their beloved Liverpool dockside to the alien environment of Australia in the years following World War Two.

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Kevin Knapman ...
Bert (as Kevin Jones)
Christine Tremarco ...
Lily
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Ellen, Lily's mother
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Harry
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Brother Matthew
Frank Whitten ...
Brother Jerome
David Kaff ...
Wilson
Darren Yap ...
David
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Mrs. Lang
Colin Moody ...
Mr. Symonds
Gary Henshaw ...
Alf
Walter Brown ...
Bishop
Jai Kemp ...
Bonesy
Peter Braunstein ...
Country Doctor
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A poignant and forceful saga which traces the fortunes of two English children uprooted from their beloved Liverpool dockside to the alien environment of Australia in the years following World War Two.

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"Gripping, Moving, Sometimes Disturbing...Always Believable"
17 February 2004 | by (England, UK) – See all my reviews

This gripping, moving and sometimes disturbing portrayal is so powerful that it will leave you deep in contemplation but at the same time hand you a sizeable chunk of cheery satisfaction, for this drama boasts a finely executed array of acting talents that make this lengthy time piece perfectly believable. A UK drama that Britons can be truly proud of.

PJW


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