The Year My Voice Broke

  • 1987
  • 1 HR 43 MIN
  • PG-13
  • Drama

Set in a small town in New South Wales in 1962, this Australian coming-of-age tale focuses on the changing relationship between two teenagers who have been friends since they were kids. Sixteen-year-old Freya (Loene Carmen) is taken with a wild older boy, Trevor (Ben Mendelsohn), a star rugby player and joyriding car thief. Her younger friend, Danny (Noah...read more

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