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Baby Done

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Also showing at Coorparoo, Newtown, Portside

Synopsis

When Zoe (Rose Matafeo) and Tim (Matthew Lewis) find out they are having a baby, they resolve to not let parenthood change them. Tim runs towards being a dad, while Zoe runs away from being a mum. Terrified that her life won’t be her own anymore, Zoe is still determined to tick off a list of their wildest dreams before the baby arrives. Zoe’s increasing denial about her impending birth pushes her, and her relationship, to the limit.

Running Time 1hr 31m
Rating M | Coarse language, sex and drug use
Cast Rose Matafeo, Matthew Lewis, Emily Barclay, Madeleine Sami, Rachel House, Alice Sneddon, Kura Forrester, Nic Sampson and Chelsie Preston Crayford
Director Curtis Vowell

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