Two Friends

Australia, 1986

Film

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A film about the troubled middle teenage years of two school girls, exploring the change in their relationship over a year. Louise and Kelly were good friends but as the year progresses, the two girls grow apart. The story is told in five separate periods over the year. It begins in the present and ends in the past. Written by Helen Garner.

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Credits

director

Jane Campion

producer

Jan Chapman

Duration

01:15:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1986

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