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No Worries (1993)

A family is forced off their farm due to drought, and move to Sydney.

Director:

David Elfick

Writers:

David Holman (screenplay), David Holman (based on the play by)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Amy Terelinck Amy Terelinck ... Matilda Bell
Geoff Morrell ... Ben Bell
Susan Lyons Susan Lyons ... Ellen Bell
Geraldine James ... Anne O'Dwyer
John Hargreaves ... Clive Ryan
David Kaff David Kaff ... Nathan Burke
Ashley Bindon Ashley Bindon ... Raymond Drew
Anita Thompson Anita Thompson ... Laura Hay
Grant Noy Grant Noy ... 'Buddha' Ward
Joel Emerton Joel Emerton ... Kerry Hay
Peter Stonham Peter Stonham ... Dale
Amy Burnicle Amy Burnicle ... Narella
Brooke Lindsay Brooke Lindsay ... Tina
Nicole Johnson Nicole Johnson ... Lisa
Steven Vidler ... Gary Hay
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A family is forced off their farm due to drought, and move to Sydney.

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farm | drought | girl | sheep | runaway | See All (10) »

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No rain. No crops. No money. No worries. See more »

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Drama | Family

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Glenn Robbins and John Waters were considered for the role of Ben Bell See more »

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Featured in Century of Cinema: 40,000 years of dreaming (1997) See more »

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Ugh
23 November 2003 | by TeapotBunyipSee all my reviews

"No Worries" was filmed in my old hometown of Gilgandra NSW (technically on the sheepfarms in the shire, as well as nearby Dubbo) and there were even a couple of girls in my class at Gilgandra Public School (as well as a friend's old house that Matilda's family lived in) who featured as extras in the film.

Having said that, I'm aware that some people might expect me to feel that the film was enjoyable. And for city folks, maybe it was. But as a country girl, I can tell ya that things were depressing enough having to struggle to make a living through the on-going drought without having had it made into a film.

(Actually, it's not like things have improved, not even now I'm living in the "city".)

We were forced to travel to Dubbo to see the film, which turned out to be the most tortuous experience of my life! It was nasty. The word for it is "UGH".

My advice to you is: don't watch it! (Unless of course, you're an insomniac. Then feel free - it'll solve all your troubles! ^_^)

But anyway, that's all I can advise. Besides all my already mentioned complaints, the fact that an 11-yr-old country girl would run away TO THE OCEAN to get home is just total...rubbish.

(Uh, that is what happened, yes? It's been so long since I've subjected myself to the horrendous experience of it all!)


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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 December 1994 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Csónak a vízen See more »

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Palm Beach Pictures See more »
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Dolby

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1.85 : 1
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