Following the crew of the patrol boat HMAS Hammersley, as they patrol the northern sea border of Australia. They have to deal with foreign fishermen poaching fish, smugglers and with political unrest in a neighbouring island state.
At first, sure, the show, "Being Eve", can be considered boring, far-fetched maybe even a flop, but it also has many merits! When I started watching the show it was only to fill time, but as I viewed episode after episode it became more interesting. I was glad to see that unlike so many other shows it was continual. Instead of finishing an episode with a problem that was forgotten by the next show it kept them, which is somewhat similar to life.
Eve is faced with many problems and has to deal with them as do the teens in reality. So many shows that claim to deal with all the teen issues leave out some of the small yet important problems youths are faced with. And "Being Eve" also provides a light-humour on the subjects, which helps young people, like myself, see the lighter sides of their troubles.
In the episode in which I became hooked, Eve was abandoned and left to be an individual and I truly felt what it was like "Being Eve" just as it feels being a teen!
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