A Place to Call Home (2013–2018)
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A mysterious woman is perched between the harsh legacy of World War II and the hope of a new life in Australia.
1953. After 20 years living in Europe, Sarah Adams returns to Australia. While working as a nurse on the ocean voyage home, Sarah meets the influential and wealthy Bligh family and discovers a scandalous family secret. In Sydney, Sarah finds her estranged mother still unwilling to forgive her perceived "sin" of converting to Judaism. With no other prospects, Sarah takes up George Bligh's offer of a job in the Inverness hospital, much to the disapproval of George's overbearing mother, Elizabeth.
Set in rural Australia in the 1950s, A Place to Call Home is a sweeping and romantic drama of one woman's journey to heal her soul and of a privileged family's confrontation with a changing era. Marta Dusseldorp leads the cast as Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past who returns to Australia after 20 years abroad. Tragic news is about to cause her to make the long-delayed journey back home. Working her passage home aboard an ocean liner, Sarah becomes involved in the lives of the Blighs, a wealthy Australian family. It is time for Sarah to face life again and begin her journey towards healing and hopefully finding A Place To Call Home.
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