Based on a true Australian Story, John Pope, host of the fictitious Australian TV Talk Show, "The Johnny Pope Show", and his 'straw-drawn' assistant have stumbled across an amazing story. ... See full summary »

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Shelley Ann Green ...
Suzanne Todd
Shaughn Helliar ...
Adam Todd
Trudy Welke ...
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Eliana Dona ...
Monique
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Dr. Polack
A.J. Todd ...
AJ
Brook Todd ...
AJ
Ashley Stapleton ...
AJ
Tarsha Carvey ...
Caroyln
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Cathy Buckle ...
Hazel
Tony Curtis ...
Dr. Huckstepp
Natalie Elfes ...
Pauline
Kevin Klehr ...
Dr. Harding
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Mandy
Erin Mascord-Perez ...
Sharon
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Based on a true Australian Story, John Pope, host of the fictitious Australian TV Talk Show, "The Johnny Pope Show", and his 'straw-drawn' assistant have stumbled across an amazing story. The Assistant manages to get hold of real video footage and so begins their research to find out what happened. The story begins with an Internet Chat Room conversation between Adam Todd and his wife-to-be, Suzanne. John and his assistant uncover the beginning of the relationship, the perfect wedding and the happy expectation of their first child. But this is where the nightmare begins. Simple pregnancy becomes a major drama. The medical team does their best to complicate the process. Adam takes control of the situation, much to the chagrin of the medical staff. With the assistance of an angel-like midwife everything is again perfect until... Arriving home from the hospital Post Natal nurses start making home visits and raise concerns that the baby is not doing well. Wild stories about a child slowly...

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If it sounds like a dud, looks like a dud, it is a dud.
22 January 2012 | by (Melbourne) – See all my reviews

The actors who are upset at the low rating of 2.1 (the worst I have seen) seem to think people didn't understand or thought it was something else.

It is always something else that is the problem, not the screenplay not the directing not the bad acting.

Really, have they never seen anything of quality and said to themselves maybe the public (who are the final arbiter) is right on this one, it sucks!!!

No amount of complaining can make bad directing or acting any better than what it is, perhaps a few acting classes and a better director might help if they get another chance.


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