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Based on the era-defining novels by John Marsden, TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN - THE SERIES, tells the story of a group of young Rebels, separated from their families following the invasion of their country, and thrown into a conflict they never saw coming. TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN - THE SERIES is also the about the parents of these Rebels, as they cope with their land being taken, and the issues that sudden imprisonment at the hands of an enemy brings to them. It will ask the simple question: how do you keep fighting when all you have has been taken from you TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN - THE SERIES is a highly engaging drama, driven by real characters facing realistic challenges. The war will change all their lives and none will be the same again.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Brendan Maher
Writers
Blake Ayshford  Alice Addison
Producer
Anthony Winley  Michael Boughen
Executive Producers
Matthew Street  Kim Vecera
Dir. of Photography
Simon Ozolins
Cast
Molly Daniels - Jon Prasida - Narek Arman - Madeleine Madden - Fantine Banulski - Keith Purcell - Madeleine Clunies-Ross - Andrew Creer - Sibylla Budd - Deborah Mailman - James Stewart - Alison Bell
Production Completion Date
2016
Genre
Action adventure, Drama, Family
Production Company
Ambience Entertainment Pty Limited
International Sales
Annapurna Studios Pvt. Ltd

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