The Road from Coorain (film)
The Road From Coorain is the film adaptation of Jill Ker Conway 's memoir of the same name.
|The Road From Coorain|
|Based on||The Road from Coorain by Jill Ker Conway|
|Written by||Sue Smith|
|Directed by||Brendan Maher|
|Theme music composer||Stephen Rae|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||97 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Chapman Pictures Pty, Ltd.|
|Original release||March 3, 2002|
In response to requests for interviews, Conway's attorney responded that, "Ms Conway does not wish to be associated in any manner with the film." According to the filmmaker, Penny Chapman,"Ker Conway appeared especially displeased with a sex scene in the film because she believed it: 'turns a lyrical affair into a Peyton Place soap opera of lust'."
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