Dangerous Remedy: Seventies Noir, corrupt cops, and a hero Melbourne loved to hate by: David Tiley
Screen Hub Friday 9 November, 2012
Dangerous Remedies, Ned Landerís ABC telefeature about Dr Bert Wainer, the swashbuckling abortion law reform crusader of the 1960ís in Melbourne, has really taken thirty years to bring to the screen. While it slowly became a period drama, the tension between history and fiction never disappeared.
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