Gone To A Good Home

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"Gone to a Good Home"

Look, don't touch: Dramatised scenes depict the horror of forced
adoption in postwar Australia in Gone to a Good Home.

Our Doco "Gone To A Good Home" made by Film Australia about the life and times of a woman who had lost her child to adoption was screened nationally on SBS television at 8:30 PM on Thursday night the 9/11/06 and has been screened twice since.

The teachers notes for this documentary makes a fascinating read and are available from

 Film Australia


An article about the documentary published on the 2/11/06 can be found in Melbourne's major daily

The Age