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With help from a local lawyer, a young abuse survivor finds the courage to speak out when having a voice is her only option.

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Bob Myers
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Stephen Roche
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Lyndal
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Joy Conolly
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Jean Dalton
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Sue
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Kevin Guy
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Robert Brewster
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Tony
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John Bowers
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Wendy Roche
Kim Knuckey ...
Archbishop Peter Hollingworth
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Jodie Collins
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Bernard Yorke
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Judge Margaret Wilson
Helen Howard ...
Rachel's Mother
Peter Bensley ...
Karen's Father
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Lyndal (12 yr / old)
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Mrs. Aderman
Anthony Standish ...
Andrew
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Hannah Roche
Ian Rennie ...
Merv (The Bailiff)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Buchanan ...
Henry
Simon Burvill-Holmes ...
Bruce Howden (as Simon Burvill Homes)
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Josh Roche
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Tom Roche
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Ron Ashton
Lauren Dillon ...
Policewoman (Interview)
Michael Forde ...
Mr. Staniford
Donna Gomez ...
Policewoman
Sara Hickman ...
Social Worker
Kimberley Hodgson ...
Grace
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Lawyer
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Plaintiff
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Barrister
Kathryn Marquet ...
Mary
Kathryn Marquet ...
Mary
Peter Marshall ...
Rachel's Father
James McNamee ...
Clergyman
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Journalist
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Court Observer
Kylie Morris ...
Lorraine Fitzgerald
Bob Newman ...
Judge
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Judge's Associate
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Reporter
Deb Sampson ...
Mediator
Caitlin Scarr ...
Karen
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Georgia Roche
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Court Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tori Garrett

Written by

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Anne Brooksbank ... ()
 
Ursula Cleary ... ()
 
James Greville ... (screenplay)
 
Stephen Roche ... (creator) (creator)

Produced by

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Scott Corfield ... producer
Irene Dobson ... line producer
Terry Jackman ... executive producer
Stephen Roche ... executive producer

Music by

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Bryony Marks

Cinematography by

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Mark Wareham

Film Editing by

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Peter Carrodus

Editorial Department

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Kali Bateman ... assistant colorist
Mitchell Carr ... post-production coordinator
Olivier Fontenay ... colorist
Paul Kudell ... dailies operator
Sean Courtney Lewis ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Ben Parkinson

Production Design by

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Ross Wallace

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Jodie Whetter

Makeup Department

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Samara Gildea ... assistant makeup artist
Lauren Oliver ... additional makeup & hair artist
Gemma Reynolds ... hair stylist
Shane Thomas ... make up designer: hair designer

Production Management

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Jamie Whitfield ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Guy Campbell ... first assistant director
Tom McCaw ... third assistant director
Aimee Robertson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Jason Cowie ... #1 swing gang
Simon Gill ... Buyer / set dresser
Alice Gluszyk ... graphic artist
Simon Johnson ... standby props
Geraldine Tartan ... art department coordinator

Sound Department

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Tristan Atkins ... Sound utility
Sam Gain-Emery ... re-recording engineer
Lachlan Harris ... foley artist
Thom Kellar ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Kyle D. Krajewski ... adr mixer
Andrew Simmons ... additional foley artist
Ben Stewart ... sound editor
Ben Vlad ... dialogue editor
Craig Walmsley ... sound mixer/recordist

Special Effects by

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Clint Ingram ... special effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Samudranil Chatterjee ... second assistant camera additional
Jamie Chong ... b cam second ac
Simon Cooke ... key grip
Harry Fleet ... additional lighting technician
Jason Hargreaves ... additional photography: opening title sequence
Hannah Roche ... stills photographer
Rachel Sieger ... video split/data wrangler
Alan Willis ... best boy

Casting Department

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Sophie Holland ... casting: UK / casting: uk
Bud Hopes ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Travis Briton ... assistant costume standby
Bianca Maeseele ... key costumer
Emma Zemitis ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Molly Kadarauch ... musician: cello
Damien Lane ... trailer music composer
Les Molnar ... Music Producer

Transportation Department

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Scott Dare ... action vehicle coordinator
Spencer Faulkner ... additional driver
Matthew McGuirk ... action vehicles

Other crew

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Peter Carrodus ... editor
Shanae Condon ... production runner
Spencer Faulkner ... production assistant
Paul Freimanis ... runner
Carolina Häggström ... script supervisor
Lauren Kennard ... Production Assistant / production assistant
Kristin Kruger ... production accountant
Gary McDonald ... publicist
Kai Pantano ... stand-in: Aden Young
Darrell Scanlon ... caterer: Kru Catering
Tyler Smith ... unit assistant: dailies
Felicity Wegemund ... unit nurse
Jamie Whitfield ... unit manager
Greg Woodland ... script editor
Rowena Zande ... travel coordinator

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Roger Joyce ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Based on true events that changed the law. This is the story of a survivor, Lyndal, a young woman sexually abused as an 11 year old while attending a prestigious school. Her courage to fight for justice is entrusted to a local lawyer determined to build a case and give Lyndal peace from her torment. With the help of his aspiring young associate and an enigmatic barrister, the lawyer and Lyndal find their way together. Written by Scott Corfield

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Also Known As
  • Dont Tell (Australia)
Runtime
  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Jack Thompson replaced Michael Caton in the anchor role of barrister Bob Myers when the latter fell sick. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Don't Tell: Interviews (2017). See more »

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