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3rd Jul '17 4:21:15 PM Mdumas43073
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3rd Jul '17 4:18:44 PM Mdumas43073
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Meryl's dad's just passed away. She's stuck in her job and life, unable to make any real progress. Nick's diagnosed with testicular cancer, and it has already spread to his lung. Andy's recently divorced, and his new girlfriend, Anna announces that she's pregnant. There is also Julia, whose partner was killed in an accident, and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep the Train Driver]], who was the driver of the train that killed Julia's partner. Behind the story, a larger tragedy is also occurring, the Arnow Hill train accident, which killed many people and left many suffering.

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Meryl's dad's A 2005 Australian independent drama film, written and directed by Sarah Watt.

Meryl (Justine Clarke) has
just passed had her father pass away. She's stuck in her job and life, unable to make any real progress. Nick's Nick (William [=McInnes=]) is diagnosed with testicular cancer, and it has already spread to his lung. Andy's Andy (Anthony Hayes) is recently divorced, and his new girlfriend, girlfriend Anna (Lisa Flanagan) announces that she's pregnant. There is also Julia, Julia (Daniella Farinacci), whose partner was killed in an accident, and [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep the Train Driver]], Driver]] (Andreas Sobik), who was the driver of the train that killed Julia's partner. Behind the story, a larger tragedy is also occurring, the Arnow Hill train accident, which killed many people and left many suffering.



* YourDaysAreNumbered: Nick, or so he thinks

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* YourDaysAreNumbered: Nick, or so he thinks
23rd Apr '14 11:53:27 AM LadyYuki
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Be careful not to confuse this with [[LookBothWays the trope of the same name.]]
10th Jan '12 6:34:43 PM LawaClato
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-->'''Train Driver''': I'm the train driver... I'm sorry.
-->'''Julia''': [[TearJerker It wasn't your fault]].
21st Nov '11 12:15:10 AM Buscemi
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* OneBookAuthor: This was one of only two films Sarah Watt directed before her death in 2011.
16th Mar '11 11:05:05 PM Micah
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This film provides examples of:

* AWorldHalfFull

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This !!This film provides examples of:

* AWorldHalfFull
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* TheStoic: Every character tries to be one, though it turns out to be counterproductive. The film deconstructs this character type.



* TheStoic: Every character tries to be one, though it turns out to be counterproductive. The film deconstructs this character type.

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* TheStoic: Every character tries to be one, though it turns out to be counterproductive. The film deconstructs this character type.AWorldHalfFull
4th Mar '11 4:31:32 AM alciefrederic
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This film provides examples of:

*AWorldHalfFull
*CanNotSpitItOut: The problem of pretty much every characters, and for good reason.
*EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: The Train Driver
*FiveStagesOfGrief: briefly mentioned
*NeverGotToSayGoodbye: Meryl to her father
*PhotoMontage
*SuddenlyVoiced: for symbolic effect, Julia and the Train Driver
*TheVoiceless: Julia and the Train Driver
*TheStoic: Every character tries to be one, though it turns out to be counterproductive. The film deconstructs this character type.
*YourDaysAreNumbered: Nick, or so he thinks
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