Summerfield

Australia, 1977

Film

When a newcomer arrives in a small, secluded town to discover that the former teacher has disappeared, he probes into the mystery and becomes more and more intrigued by the inhabitants of a forbidding house called Summerfield. Eventually, the secrets of Summerfield are revealed in a dramatic ending with a shock twist. Directed by Ken Hannam (director of ‘Sunday Too Far Away’) and starring, Nick Tate, Elizabeth Alexander and John Waters, ‘Summerfield’ was shot on location at Victoria’s Phillip and Churchill Islands.

Credits

director

Ken Hannam

producer

Patricia Lovell

production company

Clare Beach Films

Language

English

Duration

01:50:00:00

Colour

Colour

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