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One Way Ticket is a 1997 Australian made-for-television drama film directed by Richard Franklin. The film was inspired by real events in the life of prison officer Heather Parker, who assisted in the escape of Peter Gibb and Archie Butterly.[1][2]

One Way Ticket
Directed byRichard Franklin
Produced by
Written by
Starring
Music byNerida Tyson-Chew
CinematographyEllery Ryan
Edited byDavid Pulbrook
Production
company
Running time
97 minutes
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish

PlotEdit

A criminal languishing in jail embarks on a torrid affair with a female guard. However, events take a sinister turn as she becomes increasingly besotted, and news of their romance becomes public – leading to the collapse of her marriage. Desperate, she agrees to help the crook escape, only to start doubting his commitment.

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ProductionEdit

Some filming took place at St. Andrews Hotel, St. Andrews, Victoria, Australia.[3]

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