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Sweet Dreams 

PG-13 | | Crime | Episode aired 7 July 1996
Jonah Cole, a tough and unorthodox policeman who used to work with Halifax, comes to Melbourne after running from his fellow officers. He approaches Halifax with a story of police ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve Jodrell

Writer:

Mac Gudgeon
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1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Gibney ... Jane Halifax
Steve Bisley ... Jonah Cole
Max Phipps ... Derrida
Peter Hosking ... Foucault
Kerry Armstrong ... Fiona Holmes
Ralph Cotterill Ralph Cotterill ... Doug Crow
Beth Buchanan Beth Buchanan ... Denise Crow
Wendy Stapleton Wendy Stapleton ... Henri
Chris Milne Chris Milne ... Harry
Gerald Lepkowski ... Ari
Amanda Buchanan Amanda Buchanan ... Female Cop
Lance Anderson Lance Anderson ... Male Cop
David Tredinnick David Tredinnick ... Gautama
Connie Lee Connie Lee ... Penny
John Arthars John Arthars ... Brian
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Jonah Cole, a tough and unorthodox policeman who used to work with Halifax, comes to Melbourne after running from his fellow officers. He approaches Halifax with a story of police corruption. Cole's former partners, on the other hand, claim that Cole is suffering from paranoia. Written by Dragan Antulov <dragan.antulov@altbbs.fido.hr>

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Crime

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PG-13
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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 July 1996 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Color (Cinevex)
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Nominated for "Best Music for a TV Series" at the 1997 Australian Guild of Screen Composers Screen Music Awards. See more »

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This is what U.S. TV should be like
23 August 1999 | by The Continental OpSee all my reviews

I just caught this film on cable. Apparently, it is the sixth in a very successful series of movies shown on Australian TV. It features a police psychiatrist named Jane Hallifax and her attempts to help an old police colleague who's been accused of murder. Being a hard core fan of crime fiction, I always am interested when a new detective series pops up,so I gave this one a try.I was not disappointed. In some ways, this film is reminiscent of the American series, "Profiler", but is superior to that show in every way.The plot is much more complex and the characters are less cartoonish than than the American version.I look forward to seeing other installments in this series. Why does it seem that the best things on American TV are imported from other countries? No wonder the networks are going down the tubes. For anyone who likes a good detective thriller, or just wants to see good TV for a change, should check "Hallifax" out.


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