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Directed by critically acclaimed filmmaker, Rachel Ward and celebrating a lineup of both Australian and International stars, Bryan Brown, Greta Scacchi, Sam Neill, Jacqueline Mackenzie, Heather Mitchell, and Academy Award Nominee Richard E Grant.

Set in Sydney’s iconic Northern Beaches Palm Beach is a heartwarming story which sees a group of lifelong friends with a lifetime of history reunite for one very special occasion.

The good times roll in one of Australia’s most idyllic settings, with loads of laughter, lavish meals, flowing wine and music. However not all is smooth sailing as slowly tensions begin to mount and deep secrets arise, posing questions about the rich history this group once shared.

Palm Beach is set to simmer on Australian cinema screens August 8, 2019.

Note: The RRP listed is for a double pass.

These are in-season double passes. They will be posted to you.

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