A wilful and passionate young woman from 1950s suburban Melbourne writes a feminist manifesto that redefines what it means to be a modern woman.
In the heart of 1950s suburbia, a headstrong, intelligent child struggles to come to terms with being emotionally abandoned by her parents. She finds refuge at her Catholic high-school where the nuns see something remarkable in their gangly and fearless young charge. Their faith in her sets Germaine off on …
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Alica Gwinner is a Melbourne-based film and television writer. Her project Ms Greer was a recipient of Screen Australia’s Gender Matters funding in 2016, and a semi-finalist in the 2018 LA ScreenCraft Drama Screenplay Competition. Alica completed the Professional Writing and... View Alica Gwinner's Bio
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