The Year My Voice Broke

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Released 1988

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The Year My Voice Broke

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Director:
John Duigan
Released:
1988
Rating:
PG-13

The Year My Voice Broke is a gripping tale about a young adolescent boy who falls in love with his best friend. In the small, lonely town of Braidwood, New South Wales, Australia, Danny Embling (Noah Taylor) and Freya Olson (Loene Carmen) have been friends since they were both very young. But the 16 year old Freya has now blossomed into a beautiful young woman, and young Danny's feelings have suddenly gone from mere friendship to being in love with her. Freya's heart, however, is set on Trevor Leishman (Ben Mendelsohn), an older rugby player who constantly in trouble with the law. Although the two suitors bond when the athletic Trevor helps to ward off a barrage from school bullies, Danny ultimately loses the bid for Freya's affection. But when the young beauty becomes pregnant with Trevor's baby at the same time that the troubled jock winds up in jail, the complicated love triangle takes a drastic turn that will forever change the lives of everyone involved. John Duigan writes and directs this touching story of the desperate years of teens.

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