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Brilliant portrayal
14 March 2004 | by (Ipswich, Queensland, Australia) – See all my reviews

Brilliant portrayal of a marginalised and abused young woman, brought up in an army family.

I have been the army family route myself (as a serving member in Australia)and have seen some sad (though not as disturbing) parallels.

I also have a friend whose father was in the UK army who told me a thing or two about how this effected her.

Congratulations to Teresa Churcher on her role. I wonder if she had some insights of her own?

I look forward to seeing her in further roles.

P.S. - Ipswich Australia


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