Tomorrow When the War Began

Tomorrow When the War Began
Tomorrow When the War Began

Year

2010

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

What would you do if you returned from a camping trip with a bunch of friends to find your parents gone, and your country under attack from invading forces? That’s the premise of this thrillingly tense, impressively shot Australian action film, based on John Marsden's popular series of novels. After the unsettling sight of unfamiliar military planes passing overhead out in the wilds of the Outback, seven teenagers are hit with a mammoth shock when they return to their small town. They then realise they must band together and with no battle training find a way to outsmart the enemy.

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Contains infrequent strong language, bloody images and soft drug use.

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