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Series Two of LOVE CHILD begins on the eve of 1970. The final moments of the tumultuous sixties segue into the seventies, a new decade full of promise and rapid social change. Joan Millar, now a qualified obstetrician and the young mothers we have come to love are back in the heart of Kings Cross. We’ll continue with them as they fight for their rights, for self-empowerment and for each other in a world changing, but still structured to deny them.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

This title is part of a series
Love Child
Series listing
Love Child series 1 2013
Love Child series 2 2013
Love Child series 3 2016
Love Child series 4 2017
Cast
Jessica Marais - Jonathan LaPaglia - Mandy McElhinney - Ella Scott Lynch - Sophie Hensser - Gracie Gilbert - Harriet Dyer - Miranda Tapsell - Matt le Nevez - Lincoln Younes
Production Completion Date
2014
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Playmaker Media Pty Ltd

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Selected Awards & Festivals

  • TV Week
    (2016)
  • TV Week
    (2015)

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