Sister Honour Langtree (Wendy Hughes), is in charge of a military hospital for psychiatric patients. She however transgresses boundaries by developing a sexual attraction for a new patient.
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This movie is set in a medical camp at the end of World War II during 1945. It's main focus is its psychiatric ward, Ward X aka Troppo Ward. The film stars Australian actor Richard Moir
as Luce Daggett as one of a number of patients who have a psychiatric medical disability, disease or condition such as blindness, schizophrenia, hypochondria, homophobia, psychoticism or battle fatigue. Moir received an Australian Film Institute Best Actor Nomination for his performance in this film. Sadly, five years later in 1990, Moir was diagnosed with a real life degenerative medical disability, Parkinson's Disease. See more
When Sergeant Wilson arrives, he is wearing a set of campaign ribbons indicating the areas in which he served during the war. The medals would not have been designed by this time (immediately after the Japanese surrender) much less issued. See more
Whistled by the Ward X patients See more