|Directed by||Shirley Barrett|
|Produced by||Jan Chapman|
|Written by||Shirley Barrett|
|Edited by||Denise Haratzis|
|Distributed by||Miramax Films|
|20 May 1996|
There are not many characters in Love Serenade, which is set in a fictitious, almost-deserted town called Sunray, located on the Murray River. It is a thinly disguised version of Robinvale, Victoria, which was the location of the film.
We are introduced to a pair of sisters, Dimity (Miranda Otto) and Vicki-Ann (Rebecca Frith), who share a house. Dimity, the shy and insecure sibling, is a waitress at a local Chinese restaurant. Vicki-Ann, the brash one, is a hair stylist. Both are looking for love, although the prospects in Sunray seem bleak, at best. That is, until Ken Sherry (George Shetsov), a thrice divorced Brisbane DJ personality, moves into the house next door.
During the filming of the Silo Scene, Stuntman Collin Dragsbaek died when he fell onto a faulty airbag.
- Miranda Otto – Dimity Hurley
- Rebecca Frith – Vicki-Ann Hurley
- George Shevtsov – Kenneth 'Ken' Sherry
- John Alansu – Albert Lee
- Jessica Napier – Deborah 'Debbie'
- Jill McWilliam – Curler Victim
- Ryan Jackson – Boy on Bike (Ride)
- Sabrina Norris – Beautiful Baby
Love Serenade grossed $836,110 at the box office in Australia,.
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