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"My loving, lovely brother, who was Australian, was killed by Germans. My honest, gentle father, who was German, was killed by Australians. What language should I speak?”
Based on the novel by Gwen Kelly and directed by award-winning film-maker David Stevens, Always Afternoon is a story of teenage love, set in the small coastal village of Arakoon, Australia during the Great War.
At the outbreak of World War I, Franz Mueller, a handsome and talented violinist, is interned in an Australian POW camp. He and Freda, the enchanting and impetuous daughter of a local baker, fall in love.
|Actors||Tushka Bergen, Jochen Horst, Lisa Harrow|
|Film Genre||Australian Cinema|
|Consumer Advice||Parental guidance recommended|
|Year of Release||1988|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|
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