Halifax f.p. (1994–2001)
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A Murder of Crows 

PG-13 | | Crime | Episode aired 15 August 1999
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Gibney ... Jane Halifax
Robyn Nevin ... Angela Halifax
Andrew Clarke Andrew Clarke ... Gary Preston
Frankie J. Holden Frankie J. Holden ... Leo Birse (as Frank Holden)
Petra Yared Petra Yared ... Alicia Polk (as Petra Jared)
Cameron Nugent Cameron Nugent ... Kevin Witherspoon
Marnie Reece-Wilmore Marnie Reece-Wilmore ... Annabel Colless
Max Garner Gore Max Garner Gore ... Toivo Carlsson
Alicia Gardiner Alicia Gardiner ... Gemma Preston
Marta Dusseldorp ... Glenys Lund
Greg Stone ... Simon Finke
Celia De Burgh Celia De Burgh ... Rosemary Polk
Melanie Beddie Melanie Beddie ... Julie Colless
Clinton Voss Clinton Voss ... Liam Fellowes
Wendy Strehlow ... Carol Witherspoon


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Release Date:

15 August 1999 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR


Color (Cinevex)
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Did You Know?


Kevin: Nobody really knows anybody else do they? What they're capable of.
Jane Halifax: We're just as capable of the greatest kindnesses too, don't forget that.
Angela Halifax: If you ate properly you wouldn't have to put yourself through that purgatory
Jane Halifax: I'm hoping to live to a ripe old age. Like you.
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Very good show from the series, again
24 September 2000 | by wacdSee all my reviews

Jane Halifax is returning home, to the nice village in a countryside, where her mother lives, and it's not all well there, as one could expect. Before her return, a bad car accident had occurred.

The atmosphere then is as strange and thrilling as you could feel, when you are the only one normal person in a house of fools! This atmosphere cumulates and escalates just before the end. When Halifax is leaving the village at the ending, the sun shines again, people are smiling, and all is nice just as you imagine countryside...

I saw it again, that a psychopathic person is always very intelligent and it's really hard to reveal him/her (it was a narcissistic girl in this case). Such person proves its intelligence by controlling other people, awaiting hard rivals only to cope, fight and win. But Halifax with her psychology skills and intuition was too hard nut.

A very good show from the series, again. I give it 8 of 10 stars for perfect psychology, ignoring some little flaws (it's TV show only, so I think it cannot be technically so shining as regular movie, don't you?...).

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