The emotional stakes are high for the Sutherland family as a terrible situation faces the much-loved sisters Dani and Kirsty as Summer Bay sees the return of Dani's attacker - and Kirsty's soul-mate - Kane Phillips.
The story of disgraced lawyer Andrew Fraser's rise from a small time lawyer to successfully defending the most infamous criminals this country has ever seen, and his ultimate downfall and imprisonment for five years in maximum security.
Crownies follows five young solicitors fresh out of law school as they face the pressures and madness of modern single life - in a fast paced workplace that highlights the moral dilemmas ... See full summary »
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A school reunion brings a group of thirty-somethings back home to the Australian beach-side town of Manly, where they become embroiled in a murder mystery after one of their own is killed at the party.
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After another teenager disappears from the idyllic suburb of Sunshine Hills, Suzy, the girl-next-door of every boy's dreams, persuades Daniel, a fourteen-year-old with an obsessive crush, to help her uncover the truth.
Good, arguably great cast - maybe its just poor material. It should work but it doesn't.
The plots are very thin and very predictable
While Kate Ritchie gives it her best, I don't believe her heart's really in it. The Rhys Llewellyn character (Martin Dingle-Wall) is unbelievably over-the-top in as much as the character's womanising comes across as cringe-worthy bordering on misogyny that would have seemed crass even in the 1970's when it was almost acceptable.
The rest of the cast like Kate Ritchie really do try very hard. Denise Roberts might have been miscast though - a quite unlikely senior police officer; she doesn't have the 'bark' for it.
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