Prof Bill Dwyer is visited by a young student, who bears a remarkable resemblance to the girl he fell in love with before joining the army. He begins to reminisce with her.
Written by John Doyle, Changi tells the story of six Australian men, intercutting their experiences as prisoners of War in WWII with their contemporary lives as old men.
While driving, Old Curley is temporarily blinded by the sun, takes a wrong turn and is suddenly back in 'the hole' at Changi - a small, dank, underground chamber with very little light. CAST: Mark Priestley, Slim de Grey, Leon Ford
Into their fourth year of captivity in Changi, young Eddie and his mates are on work detail in the vegetable garden, when he begins to develop a nagging toothache.
For Old Tom, the prospect of the forthcoming reunion is a mixed blessing: sitting at his beloved piano, waiting for his friends to arrive, he is struck again by trepidation.
The made-for-cinema documentary shows how Don McCullin created some of the latter 20th century's most iconic images of man's inhumanity to man.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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