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A Place to Call Home: Season 5

A Place to Call Home: Season 5


A sweeping family drama set in 1950s rural Australia, this compulsively watchable series has been hailed a "Down Under Downton". Starring Brett Climo and Marta Dusseldrop, and created by Bevan Lee, the show follows the wealthy, complicated Bligh family. This series, the comfortable lives of nurse Sarah Nordmann and her son, as well as the Blighs, are threatened when George’s murderous wife petitions for release from the insane asylum. Gorgeously filmed and masterfully acted, this series is brimming with secrets, passion, romance, and intrigue. 10 hours on 4 Discs. SDH.

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As the sweeping Australian saga returns, four years have passed and nurse Sarah Nordmann (Marta Dusseldorp, Janet King) and her son are safe and happy, despite having to live separately from wealthy patriarch George Bligh (Brett Climo, Snowy River: The McGregor Saga) for political reasons. George’s formidable mother, Elizabeth (Noni Hazlehurst, Little Fish), has finally found love and happiness with her new husband, while her granddaughter, Anna (Abby Earl, The Great Mint Swindle), makes waves as a single socialite. But the Blighs’ contentment is threatened when George’s murderous wife, Regina (Jenni Baird, The 4400), petitions for release from the insane asylum. Set in 1958, this “captivatingly filmed, deeply romantic drama” (The Wall Street Journal) continues to address thorny social issues with intelligence and aplomb. The phenomenal cast also includes Craig Hall (The Doctor Blake Mysteries), Sara Wiseman (Mercy Peak), Frankie J. Holden (Something in the Air), Matt Day (Rake [Australia]), Aaron Pedersen (Jack Irish), and Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood (Underbelly).

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Format: DVD
Run Time: Approx 10 hours
Number of Discs: 4
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 054961260492
Editorial Reviews: “A cross between Dynasty and Downton Abbey with a twist of Mad Men” —Parade, “Nonstop intrigue and cliffhangers along with pointed social critique” —The New York Times