In the arid 1920s Australian Outback, a Catholic priest and the beautiful granddaughter of a vast sheep station owner stand powerless before God's will, tormented by desire. How far are they willing to go in the name of love?
At the height of WWII and ten years after their union in Matlock Island, Father Ralph reunites with Meggie who faces a deep crisis. Now, he must make up his mind, as the burden of choice is insufferable. Will he risk it all for love?
Kevin James Dobson
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What I love about this reunion is Richard Chamberlain's enthusiasm. He's so positive and uplifting about every aspect of the miniseries, that it's really refreshing and enjoyable to watch. He even tears up recalling parts that meant a great deal to him. If he's embellishing the experience, it's still appreciated. I hate it when actors don't show up, or are sarcastic during interviews. I think they should have more respect for the process they agreed to.
I had heard Rachel Ward and Bryan Brown married in real life, so it was fun to see them together, and executive producer David L. Wolper shares some interesting behind the scenes stories. Check it out on the DVD!
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