Three Minute Moments is a 2007 British comedy feature film about speed dating. It was directed by Don Allen and written by Hari Patience. Three Minute Moments stars Katherine Heath, Giles Alderson, Philip Hayden, Naomi Martin and Belinda Lang who has an illustrious career in theatre and on television. The film follows three characters – Lucy, Emmett and Alicia – through their day and what inspires them to go speed dating. Because of the subject matter, there are more than 50 actors in the film. It highlights dates that you really wouldn't like to have.
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The Bravery Council of Australia Meeting 77 Honours List was announced by the Governor General of Australia on 27 August 2012.
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