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Change of Heart (1999)

| Drama
A foundation for the promotion of heart transplants.

Director:

Rod Hay

Writer:

Coral Drouyn
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Barry ... Mervyn
Grant Bowler ... Jason
Polly Cheshire Polly Cheshire ... Sally
Jerome Ehlers ... Harvey Tate
Chris Haywood ... Harry
Roxane Wilson ... Anne
Christine Stephen-Daly Christine Stephen-Daly ... Julie Sinclair
Pippa Grandison ... Sammi
John Alansu John Alansu ... Dr. Walter Lee (as John Alan Su)
Kee Chan ... Wong
Felicity Price ... Monique
John O'Hare ... Director
Robert Faggetter Robert Faggetter ... Mr. McMeaty (as Bob Faggetter)
Fiona Mahl Fiona Mahl ... Cathy
Rob Thomas Rob Thomas ... Horse trainer
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Jason is an advertising executive whose life is out of control - his wife has left, he is broke and his business is about to go under. He sees a chance to make his fortune by promoting a scheme to raise money for a little girl who needs a heart transplant. Written by Drewy

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And of course the money too...

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Also Known As:

A Change of Heart See more »

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Sympathetic
22 December 2005 | by imdb-jeroenSee all my reviews

OK, nothing high-budget-action-suspense here. Not even an attempt to be unpredictable and original.

Still the movie gives one that warm feeling.

In spite of all the pour routine-wise producing, the bad (very bad) music and some poor side characters, there seems to be some sincerity hidden in there somewhere. Grant Bowler is a totally new actor to me, I'ld like to see more of him, and the little girl is doing a superb job. (though it's outrageous to claim she's just nine years old) Chis Haywood seems to be overdoing it a bit. His character would do well if the film were just for children, but now makes the film loose credibility.


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