Halifax f.p. (1994–2001)
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On the tenth anniversary of her father's death, Jane is approached by an old friend of her father. She asks Jane to assess a thirteen year old girl accused of murdering an eight year old.

Director:

Lynn Hegarty

Writer:

Mac Gudgeon
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Gibney ... Jane Halifax
Emily Browning ... Christy O'Connor
Catherine Wilkin ... Erica Chatwin
Nell Feeney ... Maureen O'Connor (as Nell Feeney-Connor)
Stephen Whittaker Stephen Whittaker ... Jack Conway
Alan Cassell Alan Cassell ... Doctor Wallace
David Wicks David Wicks ... Sergeant McCarthy
Matthew Quartermaine ... Detective Blair
Daniela Farinacci Daniela Farinacci ... Detective Koslinski
Pip Mushin Pip Mushin ... Steve Sullivan
Helen Noonan Helen Noonan ... Janine Turnbull
Alan Hopgood Alan Hopgood ... Joshua Lippmann
Neil Melville ... Phillip Parker
Heli Simpson Heli Simpson ... Sophie Keenan
Samantha Campbell Samantha Campbell ... Melanie
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A thirteen-year old girl has committed a brutal and seemingly unprovoked murder. Christie is a highly intelligent girl who appears to have little remorse for what she's done, but when Jane digs a little deeper into her past, she uncovers a brutal family secret.

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Heli Simpson and Catherine Wilkin previously worked together on The Saddle Club. See more »

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11 December 2009 | by littlegreenmartianSee all my reviews

The town of "WoodVale" (although the name of a region in Victoria) was actually filmed in the town of Trentham. Trentham is a picturesque town in regional Victoria. I had a chance to visit this town before the fires that devastated Victoria, and it was all there. The corner store, the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Seems like nothing has changed. It was a funny sense, because the film captured a sequence of Jane Halifax walking down the main street as an outside to be stared at in the way that a stranger gets stared at. I got the same reaction as a Chinese visitor to the town. Anyway, my comment... The directors and screenwriters captured the sense of a small country town perfectly.


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 November 2001 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Halifax f.p: 20 See more »

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