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Australian feminist Jill Ker-Conway (Katherine Slattery) joins the intellectual renaissance of the 1940s when she leaves the Outback of New South Wales.

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  • Jun 05, 2012
    Quiet Australian piece about a girl and her family growing up in the Outback, from British roots, different. Her mother (played with verve by Juliet Stevenson) wants more than a shepherd's life for her children and so pushes them, which becomes the source of friction as they grow older. Shown in America as part of PBS' Masterpiece Theater series back in 2002, its a delicate and moving portrayal.
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