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Title My Place : 1848 - Johanna - Series 2, Ep 4 Of 13 / Director: Ward, Rachel.

Published Australia : ABC3 [broadcaster], 2011 July 17 at 17:00:00.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (24 min. 5 sec.) ; 142589655 bytes
Series My Place ; Series 2, Episode 4
Summary In the fourth episode of My Place, Johanna lives with her grandmother, Sarah and doesn't go to school. She has a job everyday pushing a barrow-load of potatoes around the town, delivering them to her grandmother's customers. She works like a donkey and the Owen children treat her like one. But do they have the right to be so superior? Johanna is aware of a lot of whispering about her parentage and she becomes determined to find out who her father really is. Her grandmother isn't telling her and the rest of the town maintain a conspiracy of silence. Then Johanna discovers a vital clue: her father has one leg shorter than the other. She starts to investigate but is unprepared for a shocking discovery. PRODUCTION DETAILS Produced by Penny Chapman and Helen Panckhurst. 1848, Johanna is directed by Rachel Ward and script by Alice Addison. A Matchbox Pictures Production in association with Screen NSW and Screen Tasmania.
Audience Classification G ACMA.
Other author Ward, Rachel, director.
Anderton, Stephen, actor.
Ansara, Alice, actor.
Barnes, Adrian, actor.
Bowen, Renee, actor.
Boyd, Dylan, actor.
Brkic, Boris, actor.
Brown, Matilda, actor.
Brunekreef, Ben Johan, actor.
Cartwright, Grant, actor.
Eke, Siobhan, actor.
Haft, Sam, actor.
Hatton, Greg, actor.
Ireland, Celia, actor.
Jackson, Danielle, actor.
Jefferson, Emma, actor.
Poppleton, Greg, actor.
Schepisi, Alexandra, actor.
Stone, Vincent, actor.
Tougher, Betty, actor.
Walker, Derek, actor.
Subject Father and child -- Psychological aspects.
Grandparent and child.
Teenage girls -- Psychology.
Children's television programs.