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Undertow

MA15+ Drama

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Synopsis

A photojournalist, grieving the loss of her stillborn child, is drawn into an obsessive relationship with a pregnant teenager.

Grieving the loss of her stillborn baby, Claire meets pregnant teenager Angie. Feisty and irrepressible, Angie challenges Claire’s careful control. Drawn into Angie’s world, Claire develops a dangerous obsession that risks both of their lives. Only when Claire is confronted with the terrible secret behind Angie’s pregnancy can both women begin to heal.

Running Time 1hr 35m
Rating MA15+ | Strong themes, sexual violence and sex scenes
Cast Laura Gordon, Olivia Dejonge, Rob Collins, Josh Helman, Martin Blum, Darci McDonald, Slavko Zwirn, Fanny Hanusin, Damian Hill
Director Miranda Nation

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