A teenage Australian girl deals with the traumas of everyday life. These include her difficult relationship with her single mother, the unexpected return of her long-lost father, the disapproving nuns at her strict Catholic school, the acceptance of her schoolmates,and romantic dilemmas over two very different boys. Written by
Sometimes what you're looking for is closer than you think...
Did You Know?
Senator Barton and his son John were named in reference to Australia's first prime minister, Edmund Barton. See more
Josie's hair changes between Black and Auburn throughout the film. Particularly notable when she mistakes a student for John Barton at the train station. Her hair was colored, turns black and is then colored again in the next scene. See more
Do you want to go out with me?
You'd have to meet my mother.
I don't meet mothers.
Well, I don't go out with guys who don't meet mothers.
All right, forget it, it was a stupid idea anyway.
References La Dolce Vita
Miss You Love
Written by Silverchair
Performed by Silverchair See more