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
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The firm Michael Andretti works for is called Clayton Utz. Clayton Utz is a real law firm, one of the biggest national firms in Australia. One of the scenes was filmed in their Sydney offices. See more
Christina was conceived in 1945, so born no later than 1946. She had Josie when she was seventeen years old, meaning Josie was born in early 1965 at the very latest (most likely earlier). Josie is seventeen in the film, which would point to a setting around 1980 (give or take). However, several things - costumes, use of mobile phones, musical references, city features, various props and decor items - come from around the turn of the century, some twenty years later. See more
I swear, the phone companies'd go broke if it weren't for the Italians!
References La Dolce Vita
Written by Liz Phair
Performed by Magic Dirt See more