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Directed by Julian Pringle
Written by Cory Taylor
Starring Angela Punch-McGregor
Richard Moir
Music by Andrew Bell
Cinematography Jeff Malouf
Edited by Michael Honey
Distributed by ABC
Release date
13 March 1988
Running time
86 mins
Country Australia
Language English

Alterations is a two-part 1988 Australian television film for the ABC shot in 1987 at Canberra. It deals with a married couple and their respective affairs.[1][2]


Ann (Angela Punch-McGregor) and Richard (Richard Moir) are a contemporary couple with two young children. They live on the outskirts of Canberra, in a newish suburb that has yet to encroach on the bare hills behind the house they are now extending. Richard travels a lot on business. Ann is studying for a degree. The passion of true love has gone. Part I describes Ann's affair with her husband's best friend, Michael (Steven Jacobs); Part II describes Richard's affair with another woman, Eleanor (Kim Krejus).



  1. ^ Ed. Scott Murray, Australia on the Small Screen 1970-1995, Oxford Uni Press, 1996 p5-6
  2. ^ Review in The Age 11 March 1988 p 8 accessed 19 June 2013

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