My Brilliant Career

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Ruth

Wonderful. Brilliant film. Nearly 40 years old and still relevant. Loved the last clip.

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Erin

Adored this film. Judy Davis is beyond stunning in this performance. A film that has stuck with me since I watched it. A must-see.

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Richard

Great flick; downloaded the book from Google Play.

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Deborah

I understand how this entertaining, insightful movie racked up all these awards. Fine acting by all, Loved the independence of the main character, a strong women committed to her dream of being a writer. Highly recommend especially seeing Judy Davis and Sam Neil so young. You can see why ...Read more

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Olivia

A true Australian classic. My Brilliant Career was Gillian Armstrong's feature film directing debut, becoming the first Australian feature length drama directed by a woman in 46 years. Fun to see both Judy Davis and Sam Neill (looking very dashing) launch their careers with this film.

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