Clinton (Michael Tuahine) and Crystal (Kylie Farmer) are relaxing on the balcony of Clinton’s apartment.
Fanny Brawne (Abbie Cornish) and her mother (Kerry Fox) visit Mr and Mrs Dilke (Gerard Monaco, Claudie Blakley).
At a party in the Capulet mansion, Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Juliet (Claire Danes) meet for the first time. The couple cannot take their eyes off each other.
This short would have been shown before a feature in movie theatres around Australia.
Film Australia Collection © National Film and Sound Archive.
On the eve of her marriage to Dave Paris, Juliet (Claire Danes) becomes suicidal.
A TV news reporter describes a bitter rivalry in the city of Verona Beach. Engaged in the deadly feud are Romeo’s Montague family and the Capulet family of Juliet.
Dola Darcy (Kaarin Fairfax) has offered her mother (Anne Phelan) the money to have her teeth done, as part of a campaign to help her look attractive so she can keep her husband from having affairs
Mumma Darcy (Anne Phelan) and her friend and neighbour Mrs Campion (Lois Ramsey), are discussing the latest drama in the relationship between Princess Margaret and her great love, the divorced Grou
A child is missing and the family frantically search the streets of Surry Hills to find her.
In the wake of his brother Tom’s death, John Keats (Ben Whishaw) visits Mrs Brawne (Kerry Fox) and her children, Fanny (Abbie Cornish), Toots (Edie Martin) and Samuel (Thomas Brodie-Sangster).