This is the story of a typical contemporary Australian family. Skye is getting married to Lachlan. They have to tell her mother, stepfather, father, step mother, his father, his new wife, ... See full summary »

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Jack
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Lachlan
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Skye
William McInnes ...
Daniel
Noni Hazlehurst ...
Sophie
Jeanne Mann ...
Grandma Vera
Georgie Parker ...
Catriona
Les Dayman ...
Grandpa Bob (as Leslie Dayman)
Tarun Victor Gordon ...
Waiter
Zoe Houghton ...
Lesley
Garry McDonald ...
Ari
Alexandra Fowler ...
Pamela (as Ally Fowler)
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Natalie
Kate Ritchie ...
Nicole
Anita Newton ...
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This is the story of a typical contemporary Australian family. Skye is getting married to Lachlan. They have to tell her mother, stepfather, father, step mother, his father, his new wife, his mother and her girlfriend. Not counting grandparents, aunt and friends. They live with Skye's stepfathers son and best mate who is in love with Skye. Written by cmgilliford

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12 November 2006 (Australia)  »

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Beyond the Clouds
Written by Jodi Phillis and Patricia Young
Performed by The Girls From The Clouds
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Great telemovie
14 November 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed the movie that was shown on Australian TV on 12 November 2006.

The great Noni Hazelhurst plays such part in an "oh so convincing" manner. Her face is very expressive with endearing mannerisms.

Gary McDonald was the typical father with short arms and deep pockets - always trying to squirm out of his responsibilities for paying his fair share of the wedding costs.

I laughed at the "stepfather's" laconic sense of humour.

The film was a great and hilarious insight of all the pre-nuptial 'dramas" that go on in life with a girl whose blind desire to have a big wedding is a big financial burden for many.

Great movie Mike McInerney


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