A Place to Call Home: Season 6 (DVD)
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Package Dimensions : 18.03 x 13.76 x 1.48 cm; 120 Grams
- Director : Amanda Brotchie, Jeremy Sims, Catherine Millar
- Media Format : DVD, PAL
- Run time : 8 hours and 16 minutes
- Release date : 6 March 2019
- Actors : Craig Hall, Brett Climo, Noni Hazlehurst, Marta Dusseldorp
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : Universal
- ASIN : B07KH8D6XR
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Resilient nurse Sarah Nordmann (Marta Dusseldorp) finally marries wealthy landowner George Bligh (Brett Climo). But as Sarah takes her place as lady of Ash Park, George's mother, Elizabeth (Noni Hazlehurst), feels pushed out of the household that she ran for decades. George's son, James (David Berry), returns from abroad to start a business in Sydney, while his daughter, Anna (Abby Earl), lives in Hawaii with her sister-in-law (Arianwen Parkes-Lockwood), hiding a secret from the rest of the family. As the Bligh's journey back to each other, they face tragedies, betrayals and new beginnings that will challenge their relationships and change the courses of their lives.
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Fans will have their own favourites as characters steadily evolve, especially those who suffered most in the war: nurse Sarah at the hands of the Nazis, doctor Jack tortured by the Japanese. Movingly they have been coming to terms. Bligh matriarch Elizabeth, formerly such a control freak, has mellowed. Whilst still regretting "the fraying of values", she is growingly supportive of those she would once have been the first to criticize. Similarly gossip and busybody Doris, once so prone to find fault, now shows an ever-increasing compassion that surprises.
Fans care for these people and for so many others. Take genial farmer Roy, for example - surely it impossible not to share his highs and lows.
How best to end a show held in such affection? Thankfully the creators have not cynically indulged in contrived cliffhangers. Instead all is neatly rounded, we learning in detail what became of characters now looked upon as friends.
Certainly tears may have been shed en route, but this has proved a series mainly to uplift. Throughout it has contained messages most valuable. Get priorities right. People are more important than profits. Discard prejudices. Learn how to work together, life to improve immeasurably as a result.
from day one and was very upset when they said it was ending before FOXTEL took over. Think George and Doctor were my
favourites, although I liked the Mother but thought she was very harsh at times. Think the stories behind the actors were great,
they all played a part in making this the best thing on tv. Oh forgot Roy and Doris as high on the list.