10 DVD

Place To Call Home, A - Season 1-3

Model: DPD74008

SKU: 974656 Product ID: 840335

Format ‐ 10 DVD

Genre ‐ TV Drama

Rating ‐ M

Consumer Advice ‐ Mature themes, sex scenes, violence and drug use

Release Date ‐ 01/09/16

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    A Place to Call Home is a sweeping romantic drama set in 1950s rural Australia following the lives of nurse Sarah Adams and the Blighs, a wealthy and complicated Pastoralist family living in Inverness, New South Wales where sex, death and secrets are never far below the surface. Marta Dusseldorp (Jack Irish) leads the cast as Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past who has returned to Australia after 20 years abroad. The idyllic way of life in Inverness begins to work its magic on Sarah and she begins to heal from the horrors of World War Two and find love again. But can she really find a place to call home? This DVD set contains all 33 episodes from series one to three and an additional bonus episode containing an alternative series two finale.

    Season 1
    From the creator (Bevan Lee) of Packed to the Rafters, Always Greener and Winners & Losers comes A Place to Call Home. Set in Australia in the 1950s, it's a compelling and romantic story of one woman's journey to heal her soul and of a privileged family rocked by scandal. Acclaimed actress Marta Dusseldorp leads the cast as Sarah Adams, a woman with a mysterious past who returns to Australia after 20 years in Europe. Working her passage home aboard an ocean liner, Sarah becomes involved in the lives of the Blighs, a wealthy Australian pastoralist family. She develops an immediate connection with handsome and charming widower George (Brett Climo), as well as his modern young daughter Anna (Abby Earl) and withdrawn daughter-in-law Olivia (Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood). But it is when Sarah unwittingly discovers a potentially scandalous Bligh family secret that her future becomes forever linked with theirs. Only the uncompromising matriarch of the family, Elizabeth (Noni Hazlehurst), and her grandson James (David Berry), know Sarah has uncovered this family skeleton. Elizabeth is intent on keeping it that way - and Sarah at arm's length. Bearing the scars of war and facing the animosity of a determined matriarch, it is time for Sarah to face life again and begin her journey towards healing and hopefully finding A Place to Call Home.

    Season 2
    Last year’s epic finale saw the lives of the Bligh family imploding. After paying off Bert to keep him quiet about his son James’ sexuality, George was furious when he attempted to extort more money from him. Shortly afterwards, Bert’s body was seen floating on the surface of the river. Who killed him? The first few minutes of season two will continue to keep everyone guessing. A seemingly typical morning at Ash Park is revealed to be something else entirely... Sarah moves into Ash Park and works to prove herself a fitting wife-to-be for George, while his mother Elizabeth plays a devious waiting game to see what Regina will unearth about Sarah’s past in Europe. Little does Sarah know, Elizabeth will uncover information that blows life as Sarah knows it sky-high. Which secrets will come out? And which secrets will be buried?

    Season 3
    In season three of A Place to Call Home: as Australia faces internal and external threats to its way of life so too do the people of Inverness, and previous alliances and relationships are tested. Sarah's dilemma, between her feelings for George and her duty to her husband Rene, is exacerbated by a heartbreaking secret. James and Olivia's relationship is under pressure when the true parentage of baby George is threatened with exposure. Elizabeth Bligh's decision to leave Ash Park to explore a life of her own proves more difficult than she thought. Anna and Gino face the difference between the fairytale romance and the reality of married life. Independent lovers Carolyn and Jack try to move closer to a commitment. Through it all, Regina's manipulative behaviour weaves an impenetrable web around George. In the sleepy village of Inverness, sex, death and secrets are never far below the surface.

     

Details

    Actors - Marta Dusseldorp, Noni Hazlehurst, Brett Climo, Craig Hall, David Berry, Frankie J. Holden

    Film Genre - TV Drama

    Label - Universal Sony Pictures P/l

    Audio - English (Dolby Digital 2.0)

    Aspect ratio - 1.78:1

    Region Coding - 4

    TV Standard - PAL

    Rating - M

    Consumer Advice - Mature themes, sex scenes, violence and drug use

    Year of Release - 2013

    Primary Format - Movies/TV - DVD

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome show Watched every episode... now have to wait for 4th season... love the show!
Date published: 2017-03-11
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