Sue Milliken

Film Review: Ladies In Black (Australia, 2018) is about Fifties shop girls and is like the entrée before the main

Ladies in Black could have been named “Shopgirl”, but that title was already taken. The film, set over the summer of 1959 in a Department store like David Jones, is a gentle story about some Australian women who are standing on the precipice of change; but often feels like the entrée before the main. This…

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Interview: The cast of Ladies in Black describe the joy of making this true-blue Australian story

Bruce Beresford’s new film, Ladies in Black is a charming look at some department store shop girls working in Sydney in 1959. The story is adapted from a novel by the late, Madeleine St John who attended university with Clive James and the famous director. The film was a labour of love that was some…

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