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Tomorrow, When the War Began (8-Aug-2010)

Director: Stuart Beattie

Writer: Stuart Beattie

From novel: Tomorrow, When the War Began by John Marsden

Original Score Composed by: Johnny Klimek; Reinhold Heil

Producers: Andrew Mason; Michael Boughen

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Seven Australian teenagers must take up arms under the unlikeliest of circumstances when their country is invaded and their families are taken hostage.

Existing more or less as a down-under variant of Red Dawn, Tomorrow, When the War Began is a pulse-pounding war flick focusing on a motley crew of Australian teenagers' attempts to save the freedom and independence of their homeland when they return from a camping trip one day to find their country under attack and their families abducted.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Colin Friels
25-Sep-1952   Det. Holloway on Water Rats
Rachel Hurd-Wood
17-Aug-1990   Wendy Darling
Phoebe Tonkin
12-Jul-1989   Cleo Sertori on H2O: Just Add Water


Caitlin Stasey   ...   Ellie
Rachel Hurd-Wood   ...   Corrie
Lincoln Lewis   ...   Kevin
Deniz Akdeniz   ...   Homer
Phoebe Tonkin   ...   Fi
Chris Pang   ...   Lee
Ashleigh Cummings   ...   Robyn
Andy Ryan   ...   Chris
Colin Friels   ...   Dr. Clements
Don Halbert   ...   Mr. Linton
Olivia Pigeot   ...   Mrs. Linton
Stephen Bourke   ...   Police Officer
Kelly Butler   ...   Mrs. Maxwell
Julia Yon   ...   Mrs. Takkam
Dane Carson   ...   Mr. Mathers
Matthew Dale   ...   Mr. Coles
Gary Quay   ...   Senior Soldier
Michael Camilleri   ...   Tanker Driver


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