Alice

(2003)
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Overview

The story of a young couple who are expecting their first baby. We see Amanda’s anxiety and trepidation at the impending change in her life, and what it will mean to her. After tragedy strikes, we see the couple's crushed hopes and grief at their loss, and how they eventually move towards an acceptance of what has happened in their lives, and of each other.

  1. Garth Davis

    Director

  2. Jane Bodie

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Asher Keddie

    Asher Keddie

    Amanda

  2. Anthony Hayes

    Anthony Hayes

    Ben

  3. Tony Nikolakopoulos

    Tony Nikolakopoulos

    Computer Service Man

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Status Released

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  • February 26, 2003
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 16m

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28

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