Journey of a Story follows the life of William Brown, a fictional New Zealand serviceman both physically and emotionally damaged by his tour of duty in Europe and time as a Prisoner of War ... See full summary »

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Bill Leathwick ...
William Brown
Paul Thomas Lewis ...
William Brown - younger
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Lily Brown
James Crompton ...
Laurence Burton
James Bailey Fletcher ...
Jack Percival - younger (as James Fletcher)
Jesse Allam ...
Thomas Brown
Jordan Ancel ...
American Sergeant
Andrew Birkill ...
Mr. Mullholand
Lisa Brickell ...
Stage Nurse Audrey
Ron Brown ...
Jack Percival - elder
Colin Buckley ...
James Brown
Steve Farac Ciprian ...
Henry Smithers (as Steve Ciprian)
George Ferrier ...
James Brown - 6 years
Virginia Frankovich ...
Maude Smithers
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Journey of a Story follows the life of William Brown, a fictional New Zealand serviceman both physically and emotionally damaged by his tour of duty in Europe and time as a Prisoner of War during World War II. Returning home, William finds a very different world to the one he left behind. Forced to leave the home he planned to enjoy with his wife Lily and young son James, William struggles to cope until an observant War Pension medical officer convinces William to take up writing. Fueled with a new passion for life, William finally finds a road to success, in ways he could not possibly imagine. The story is told to from the elderly William's point of view, as he relays his story to a young theatre director attempting to bring William's life to the stage. Written by Jonathon Rayner-Burt

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War was only half the battle.

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Drama

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NZD 100,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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There are at least two instances of large screen TVs draped with black drop cloths in some of the private home locations. See more »

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