Bingo, Bridesmaids & Braces Trailer

Bingo, Bridesmaids & Braces Trailer (1988)

05 October 1988 90 mins

The third in a series of films from acclaimed director Gillian Armstrong, Bingo, Bridesmaids and Braces captures with candid honesty, the lives of three working class women as they grow up from the "not so innocent" age of 14 to "it's happening too fast" at 18, through until "well, we survived" at the ripe old age of 26. We witness the women confronting the very real issues of teenage pregnancy, and love versus sex, marriage and career. Faced with the choice of swapping their earlier dreams for reality, they rapidly change their opinions on all that life has now delivered them.

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Australia 05 October 1988

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