After a brutal divorce, a mother and her son relocate to the Blue Mountains to run a Bed and Breakfast.

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Georgie Parker ...
Joni Ferguson
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Zac Ferguson (as Tom Green)
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Catherine McClements ...
Ella Scott Lynch ...
Blossom Piggot (as Ella Scott-Lynch)
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Callum Peterson
Heather Mitchell ...
Catherine Reid
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Tom Oakley ...
Davo
Christopher Salazar ...
Mateo
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Bushwalker
Shaun Goss ...
Brett
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After a brutal divorce, a mother and her son relocate to the Blue Mountains to run a Bed and Breakfast.

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Blue mountains. Blue murder.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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23 March 2008 (Australia)  »

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AUD 500,000 (estimated)
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emerald maybe, but it's no "Blue murder" or Ch 9 "Underbelly"!
25 March 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I liked the viewer comment contrasting this to the drama of the "Underbelly" series that a rival TV network in Australia has sought to make into mountain of propaganda for its ratings-driven network!

Even though it's a good production, it's an imitation of the shadow of the quality of ABC Productions like the "Blue Murder" mini-series, based on NSW police corruption! Likewise trivial by comparison to the "Underbelly" multi-series, based on Victorian police corruption & murders, that Channel 9 seems to be milking for all the ratings they can get - same week replays - then monthly 4-hour straight replays! Both based on reality! That's apart from the "Wildside" over-dramatic production of over-action & over-noise in virtually every episode of hype but interesting none the less!

But to return to "Emerald Falls", we have an interesting plot based on an encouraging mother & a son who reminds me of one of those 1950s kids portrayed in American movies, who is somehow always right, no matter how phoney the plot! It's entertaining but I felt I'd seen it all before in Agatha Christie type 'whodunnit' productions!

If you are choosing between this & "Jindabyne", choose "Jindabyne"! But "Emerald Falls" is okay & worth a viewing.


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