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Where'd You Go, Bernadette

M Comedy

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Also showing at Coorparoo, Newtown

Synopsis

Where’d You Go, Bernadette is based on the runaway bestseller about Bernadette Fox, a Seattle woman who had it all - a loving husband and a brilliant daughter. When she unexpectedly disappears, her family sets off on an exciting adventure to solve the mystery of where she might have gone.

Running Time 1hr 49m
Rating M | Mature themes and coarse language
Director Richard Linklater

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