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The 60 x 30 serial drama centres on the inner-city neighbourhood of Arcadia Heights, exploring the relationships between the residents of the Arcadia social housing tower and the people who live in the rapidly gentrifying community that surrounds it. The Heights mines the frictions and commonalities between the upper and working classes in the melting pot of urban Australia. The series presents a medley of characters, cultures, classes and backgrounds from the 'tower' community, exploring their relationships, work lives and everyday challenges faced by its characters in an entertaining relationship drama series.
This show really took me by surprise. It quietly moves along and then suddenly you find yourself shocked or with a tear in your eye or utterly heart-warmed. The near-documentary style slowly builds into great drama. The characters slowly work their way into your heart and the actors are mostly superb (just one or two weak links - you'll know who they are).
Special shout-out to Bridie McKim - gorgeous chemistry with her mother and heart-breaking vulnerability.
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