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Title ANZAC Girls : Mateship - Ep 5 Of 6 / Director: Watson, Ian.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2014 September 07 at 21:00:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (58 min. 18 sec.) ; 353658335 bytes
Summary *Adult Themes and Violence* Harry's (Dustin Clare) name has not appeared on any death lists, and Alice (Georgia Flood) cannot help holding out hope that he is somehow alive, perhaps captured by the Germans or injured and unable to say his name. As Alice swings between hope and despair, fury and misery, increasingly reliant on prescription medication to sleep, Hilda (Antonia Prebble) is growing worried for her grieving friend. But Hilda has her own challenges - a shortage of doctors propels a select few nurses into being trained as anaesthetists. Hilda has finally found something she excels at, so when a chauvinistic army order bans Australian nurses from the work, she is devastated. As the bitter winter encroaches, and Harry's death is finally confirmed, Alice and Hilda face their darkest moments, but their friendship and loyalty see them through. Meanwhile at the Casualty Clearing Station at Trois Arbres, in between dealing with gas attacks and a stream of desperately wounded men, Olive (Anna McGahan) accepts Pat's (Brandon McClelland) proposal of marriage, but then has to contend with dour opposition from her parents at home. When Pat is critically injured and her chance of happiness looks to be slipping away, Olive at last takes control of her life - she will marry him whatever her parents think! With Pat convalescing in England, after a brief visit to her nursing pals at No 1 AGH and Elsie (Laura Brent) now nursing with the Croix Rouge, Olive resigns from the AANS and leaves the war for a future with Pat back in Australia. PRODUCTION DETAILS: Production Credits: A Screentime, a Banijay Group company, Production. Written by Felicity Packard and Niki Aken, based on the book The Other ANZACs by Peter Rees. Series Producer Lisa Scott, Producer Felicity Packard, Executive Producers Des Monaghan and Greg Haddrick. ABC TV Executive Producers Carole Sklan and David Ogilvy.
Audience Classification M ACMA.
Other author Watson, Ian, director.
Ablett, Trevor, actor.
Battersby, Joshua, actor.
Beaumont, Sonny, actor.
Brent, Laura, actor.
Clare, Dustin, actor.
Clements, Patrick, actor.
Craig, Caroline, actor.
Daly, Alex, actor.
Dean, Nathaniel, actor.
Debelle, Honey, actor.
Dewar, Erin, actor.
Dukes, Alan, actor.
Falkland, Lizzie, actor.
Flood, Georgia, actor.
Ford, Leon, actor.
Goult, Ned, actor.
Hall, Ben, actor.
Hazeldine, Glenn, actor.
Jamae, Albert, actor.
John Ryan, Clarence, actor.
Lasance, Todd, actor.
Mayer, Charles, actor.
McClelland, Brandon, actor.
McGahan, Anna, actor.
Prebble, Antonia, actor.
Soper, Bonnie, actor.
Stevenson, Hamish, actor.
Stone, Jo, actor.
Sullivan, James, actor.
Trent Williams, Bradley, actor.
Watene, Kaaran, actor.
Subject Female friendship -- Psychological aspects.
Man-woman relationships.
Soldiers -- Death.
Women -- Mental health.
Hospitals -- Employees.
Drama.