A disturbed young woman (Jeanette Cronin) runs away from her New Zealand home and hides away in an Australian boarding house, named Terra Nova. There she finds that every one else in the ...
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Centers on the Shannons, an ordinary family from 2149 when the planet is dying who are transported back 85 million years to prehistoric Earth where they join Terra Nova, a colony of humans with a second chance to build a civilization.
A disturbed young woman (Jeanette Cronin) runs away from her New Zealand home and hides away in an Australian boarding house, named Terra Nova. There she finds that every one else in the boarding house is just as zany as she is, and on some levels make her seem sane despite the voices in her head and her strange visions. Written by
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Another great indie, here's one that shouldn't be missed. A mentally
disturbed woman, brilliantly portrayed by Cronin, runs away with her
son from kiwi land, and hides out in a boarding house, it's name, the
title of this movie, where as strange luck would have it, the tenants
are as crazy as her, but in different ways, like it's weird like owner,
a great Angela Punch Macgregor. Paul Kelman is very good too as one of
the tenants, with violent tendencies, as you'll see, in one heavy
scene, who strikes up a romance with her. The film is good in the frank
way it shows it's different characters, each with their share of the
problems. The movie doesn't pretend to be something it's not. There are
moments of quite stark realism. Cronin is the brilliant acting
attraction, though, and things heat up when her family track her down,
her arsehole of a father, no less played by old crazy acting great,
Vincent Gil, solid. On the whole, this is one movie, I repeat, you
should not miss. Look out for it, on the shelves. Highly recommended.
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