A young girl nervously watched the kids playing in the park. She's dressed strangely, and she's acting very scared. When Abigail Kirk goes near her the young girl runs away but intrigued by her strangeness, Abigail follows. Suddenly, the once-familiar back streets are not so welcoming. Somehow there's been a shift in time and Abigail has arrived on hundred years ago. But to get back to today, Abigail has to first fulfil her destiny.
At one stage about twenty of the thirty rats escaped from their cages and a massive ''Rat Hunt'' was immediately conducted to retrieve them of which nineteen were successfully captured but one rat escaped detection and remained on the run for the rest of the shoot. See more »
Heart to Heart
Music & Lyrics by McDonald & Stone
Sung by Karen Boddington See more »
Read The Book and Give The Movie A Miss
I wanted to read this book by Ruth Park for a long time and finally got around to listening to it, we watched the movie after listening to the book. The book was great and we really enjoyed it, but various changes from the book mean that the movie is a silly, sappy 1980's teen romance (it kept bringing Blue Lagoon to mind for me, which I admit I did enjoy when it came out but I was a lot younger then and I have never bothered to watch it since), and the acting wasn't good enough to bring it up to being a decent movie. I felt they completely missed the point by making it an '80s movie and it definitely makes the movie seem very dated now, I borrowed the movie and I am very glad I didn't buy it because watching it once was more than enough.
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