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Little Oberon (2005)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  18 September 2005 (Australia)
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Georgie returns to her home town of Little Oberon with her teenage daughter Natasha to see her dying mother. The newcomers are regarded with suspicion and malice, and Natasha soon discovers not all is as it seems in Little Oberon.

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Lola Green
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Georgie Green
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Natasha Green
Brett Climo ...
Dr. Vivian Cage
Helen Dallimore ...
Siobhan
Peter Rowsthorn ...
Miss Kafka
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Dennis
Heidi Arena ...
Claudia
Timothy Amos ...
Justian (as Tim Amos)
Alex Capelli ...
Gresham (as Alexander Cappelli)
Peter Houghton ...
Tony
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Cleopatra
Katrina Milosevic ...
Fatima
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Martin
Julie Eckersley ...
Poppy
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Georgie returns to her home town of Little Oberon with her teenage daughter Natasha to see her dying mother. The newcomers are regarded with suspicion and malice, and Natasha soon discovers not all is as it seems in Little Oberon.

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Sigrid Thornton shaved her head for the role of Lola Green, a cancer-sufferer. She believed wearing a bald-cap would be an insult to cancer patients. See more »

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Excellent TV-drama with an exceptional cast.
19 September 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Excellent TV-drama with an exceptional cast. Sigrid Thornton as cancer-stricken Lola Green has less screen time than she deserves - her presence is spectacular. The stilted relationship between the proud and unapproachable Lola and her daughter Georgie (Tasma Walton) is played to perfection and produces some of the most bittersweet moments of Little Oberon. Little twists along the way add to the mystery and keeps the plot from dragging into the average small-town story. There are some unexpected scare-scenes that will give you a shock! Following in the footsteps of The Alice, Little Oberon's courage to step away from the conventional drama format into the realm of modern fantasy is a welcome relief in a flat year for Aussie shows.


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