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In my father's den

Author: Brad McGannTrevor HaysomDixie LinderMatthew MacfadyenMiranda OttoAll authors
Publisher: [New Zealand?] : Icon Home Entertainment, 2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Paul, a battle-weary war photographer, returns to his remote New Zealand hometown when his father dies and faces the past he left behind. To his surprise, he also finds the sixteen-year old Celia, the daugher of this first girlfriend who hungers for the world beyond her small town. When Celia goes missing Paul becomes increasingly persecuted as the prime suspect in her disappearance. He is forced to confront the  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Brad McGann; Trevor Haysom; Dixie Linder; Matthew Macfadyen; Miranda Otto; Emily Barclay; Colin Moy; Jodie Rimmer; Vicky Haughton; Maurice Gee; New Zealand Film Commission.; UK Film Council.; T.H.E. Films.; Little Bird (Firm); Icon Home Entertainment.
OCLC Number: 61227281
Notes: Based on the novel by Maurice Gee.
Special features include: audio commentary with Brad McGann, Emily Barclay, Trevor Haysom ; "Possum", a short film by Brad McGann; behind the scenes clips and footage.
Credits: Director of photography, Stuart Dryburgh ; editor, Chris Plummer ; music, Simon Boswell ; production designer, Jennifer Kernke ; art director, Phil Ivey.
Cast: Matthew Macfadyen, Miranda Otto, Emily Barclay, Colin Moy, Jodie Rimmer, Vicky Haughton.
Description: 1 videodisc (128 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-PAL (Region 4), widescreen (2.35:1), Dolby digital.
Responsibility: the New Zealand Film Commission and the UK Film Council present in association with Visionview, NZ On Air ; in association with Element X and Optimum Releasing ; a T.H.E. Film/Little Bird production ; written and directed by Brad McGann ; produced by Trevor Haysom, Dixie Linder.

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Paul, a battle-weary war photographer, returns to his remote New Zealand hometown when his father dies and faces the past he left behind. To his surprise, he also finds the sixteen-year old Celia, the daugher of this first girlfriend who hungers for the world beyond her small town. When Celia goes missing Paul becomes increasingly persecuted as the prime suspect in her disappearance. He is forced to confront the family tragedy and betrayal he ran from as a youth, and to face the consequences of silence and secrecy that have surrounded his adult life.

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