Time's Raging

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Time's Raging
Directed by Sophia Turkiewicz
Written by Sophia Turkiewicz
Frank Moorhouse
Based onshort story from Futility and Other Animals by Frank Moorhouse
Produced by Michael Carson
Starring Judy Morris
Penne Hackforth-Jones
Distributed byABC
Release date
  • 1985 (1985)
Running time
72 minutes

Time's Raging is a 1985 Australian television film directed by Sophia Turkiewicz and starring Judy Morris and Penne Hackforth-Jones. The screenplay concerns a 38-year-old woman who wants a baby. [1]

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  1. Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p154