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LADIES IN BLACK (2018)
Starring Julia Ormond, Angourie Rice, Rachael Taylor, Alison McGirr, Vincent Perez, Ryan Corr, Susie Porter, Shane Jacobson, Noni Hazlehurst and Nicholas Hammond. Directed by Bruce Beresford.

Set in the summer of 1959, when the impact of European migration and the rise of women’s liberation is about to change Australia forever, a shy schoolgirl, Lisa, takes a summer job at the grand city department store, Goode’s, while awaiting the results of her final exams. There she meets the “ladies in black” – the glamorous Goode’s employees. Beguiled and influenced by Magda, the vivacious manager of the high-fashion floor, and befriended by fellow sales ladies Patty & Fay, Lisa grows from a bookish girl to a glamorous and positive young woman, and she herself becomes a catalyst for a cultural change in everyone’s lives.

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CARGO (2018)
Starring Martin Freeman, David Gulpilil, Anthony Hayes, Caren Pistorius, Susie Porter and Simone Landers. Directed by Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling.

Stranded in rural Australia in the aftermath of a violent pandemic, an infected man desperately seeks a new guardian for his infant child, and a means to protect her from his own changing nature. Salvation may lie with an isolated Aboriginal tribe, but to gain access he must first earn the allegiance of a young Indigenous girl on a tragic quest of her own.
DON'T TELL (2017)
Starring Sara West, Aden Young, Jack Thompson, Rachel Griffiths, Jacqueline McKenzie, Susie Porter, Gyton Grantley, Martin Sacks and Robert Taylor. Directed by Tori Garrett.

Desperate to be believed and tormented by memories of sexual abuse as a 12-year-old boarder at a prestigious school, Lyndal's last hope is the justice system. Estranged from her family with only a small window of opportunity to seek counsel, she returns to the country town that has plagued her mind for the first time in 11 years. Lyndal entrusts local lawyer Stephen Roche who recognises she is at crisis point and sets out to build the case that will, finally, bring so many to account. With the help of his aspiring young associate Jodie and the enigmatic barrister Bob Myers, Roche and Lyndal find their way together.
LITTLE FISH (2005)
Starring Cate Blanchett, Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving, Martin Henderson, Noni Hazlehurst, Joel Tobeck, Susie Porter, Dustin Nguyen, Lisa McCune and Nina Liu. Directed by Rowan Woods.
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