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The Last Crop (1990)

| Drama, Comedy | TV Movie
Ann cleans for a living. She shares everything she has with her two moody children and her equally erratic neighbours but she also shares everything her rich and constantly out-of-town ... See full summary »

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Sue Clayton
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Kerry Walker Kerry Walker ... Ann Sweeney
Noah Taylor ... Craig Sweeney
Sarah Hooper Sarah Hooper ... Gaby Sue
Les Foxcroft Les Foxcroft ... Grandpa
Lucky Grills Lucky Grills ... Mr. Collins
Neil Moora Neil Moora ... Wendle
John Derum John Derum ... Carter
Helen Kambos Helen Kambos ... Mrs. Angelides
Deborah Galanos ... Suzanne Angelides
Leanne Bundy Leanne Bundy ... Joanna
William McInnes ... Real Estate Agent
Peter Corbett Peter Corbett ... Mining Company Man
Ron Shand Ron Shand ... Mr. Thompson
Elizabeth Gentle Elizabeth Gentle ... Delphine
Mary Acres Mary Acres ... Mrs. Kennedy
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Ann cleans for a living. She shares everything she has with her two moody children and her equally erratic neighbours but she also shares everything her rich and constantly out-of-town employers have. When Ann's not sorting out the lives of her family and friends, she's thinking about her father's property in the country and how nice it would be to live there. Only one little international mining company stands in her way. But Ann, used to beating the system in her own quiet way, is not about to let that spoil her plans. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

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Amusing
5 April 2002 | by ksaelagnulraonSee all my reviews

Not-quite-feature-length telemovie is amusing all the way through without ever being hilarious, and finishes with a classic tie-off. It's a little-known film, but features Noah Taylor (from SHINE) and Les Foxcroft, and is well worth a look, if you can catch it. 67/100.


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