Tangle - Season 1 (2009)

Tangle - Season 1
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Mature themes and violence, sexual references, drug use and coarse language

Actors: Justine Clarke, Ben Mendelsohn, Catherine McClements, Joel Tobeck, Matt Day, Kat Stewart

THE NEW AUSTRALIAN DRAMA FROM THE PRODUCERS OF LOVE MY WAY Ally is married to Vince with two children, Romeo & Gigi. Vinces best friend Gabriel is secretly in love with Ally,and is the unwilling cover for Vinces affair with Em. Em is the mother of Charlotte, who is involved with Romeo and his cousin, Max. Max is the result of an affair between Tim and Allys sister, Nat. Tim and his wife Christine are raising Max as their own. and Gigi observes it all.. TANGLE is about two generations of two families colliding, connecting.. sometimes at cross-purposes as they navigate their way around the maze of love, sex, money and politics.

DVD Boxset
Status: Normal
Run time: 534mins
Origin: AUSTRALIA
Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Member Reviews (6)

chumchumhannah
says
Tangle is the right title! I had to keep referring to the Quickflix synopsis to remind myself of who is who. Absorbing, good acting, realistic, a rare example of good local drama. A bit like The Slap and Love My Way, that genre, well done
Posted Saturday, 28 April 2012 See my other reviews
Lucy C.
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Very good Australian TV show. Lots of well known actors.
Posted Wednesday, 5 October 2011 See my other reviews
JM
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Didnt like this one at all
Posted Friday, 5 August 2011 See my other reviews
Michelle Menzel
says
Really enjoyed this series, bit quirky and a bit different, delves into real lives and teenage situations and what families can go through.
Posted Thursday, 16 June 2011 See my other reviews
T.A
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Love love love this series! I was instantly addicted. Like a cross between Love My Way and Packed to the Rafters, with all the elements you would expect of a great Aussie drama. Ben Mendelsohn is fantastic as the manipulative villain you will love to hate and Justine Clarke is loveable as the clueless sweetie. Kat Stewart shows her range as an actor with a character that is completely different to her role in Underbelly, but still capable of causing a lot of drama. Good to see Matt Day on TV again too, and the kids also give great performances. Riveting!
Posted Saturday, 4 December 2010 See my other reviews
Sylvie
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This is great. The Secret Life of Us for 40-somethings and their kids. Reminded me of Christos Tsiolkos's 'The Slap'. Great script, interesting characters, fantastic performances. Only irritating thing: if you've seen Rivers Edge you'll recognise a very similar plot-strand in Tangle.
Posted Wednesday, 16 June 2010 See my other reviews