Sound­track of our lives

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Television - DEB­BIE SCHIPP

SIM­MER­ING ten­sions and un­spo­ken truth boil over for the adults as the teens continue their shaky nav­i­ga­tion through ado­les­cence.

Jeremy Lind­say Tay­lor plays it per­fectly as awk­ward, un­sure ro­man­tic, Martin al­most bum­bling into the af­fec­tions of a col­league while his wife Judy ( Claudia Kar­van) calls for mar­riage coun­selling.

Phi­lan­der­ing Ferris ( Rodger Corser) is shaken to his core when his mis­tress dumps him and faces some melan­choly truths.

Mean­while, Deb­bie ( Ashleigh Cum­mings) has sur­vived be­ing dumped and is get­ting closer to Gary ( Sean Keenan).

She and Sue ( Brenna Hard­ing) have found cool­ness in the Green­hills gang, but will them tak­ing up the surf­boards rather than spec­tat­ing at the beach change that?

Beau­ti­fully writ­ten with the bonus be­ing the song I’ve Never Been To Me play­ing in the back­ground in one scene.

Nos­tal­gics can’t wait for the sound­track to this se­ries. PU­BERTY BLUES, TDT, Wed­nes­day, 8.30pm

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