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Brett Sprague returns to his family home after 12 months in jail. Things have changed while he has been away - his brother Glenn has moved out with his girlfriend Jackie, younger brother Stevie's pregnant girlfriend Nola now lives with the family, and his mother Sandra has taken on a Maori drifter. Reunited with his brothers, Brett uses his first day back to restore order.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Rowan Woods
Writers
Stephen Sewell
Producer
Robert Connolly  John Maynard
Executive Producers
Douglas Cummins
Dir. of Photography:
Tristan Milani ACS
Editor:
Nick Meyers
Production Designer:
Luigi Pittorino
Cast
David Wenham - Toni Collette - Lynette Curran - John Polson - Anna Lise - Jeanette Cronin - Anthony Hayes
Genre
Drama, Thriller
Production Company
Arenafilm Pty Ltd
International Sales
Axiom Films  Indigo Films UK

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