'Puberty Blues is an Australian classic which chronicles a special moment of our history. In the early 1970s, the middle baby boomers were coming into their adolescence and early adulthood. The sexual revolution was in full flow. In America "teenagerdom" had come into its own in the sixties. It happened here in the seventies, with the arrival of drugs and the anti-Vietnam fed youth rebellion. And the wild mood finds its apotheosis in surf culture. Puberty Blues is a picture of Australian suburban life in revolution as the wild kids get their rocks off, exploring the worlds of the parents in a context where money and loans are much cheaper, divorce is much easier, full employment and prosperity abound, conventional morality is shifting and everything is endlessly possible.'
Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 20/8/2013)
'Eager to weave himself into the fabric of the family, Joe builds Ally a shed at the new house, but memories of Vince intrude. When Romeo enlists Max to help him make use of a stolen credit card and things go awry, Uncle Joe is the only person he can turn to. Ally invites Gabriel and his new girlfriend Sophie to dinner, but a seance carried out by Joe and the teenagers brings Ally more than she bargained for. Christine fights to master her growing desire for infidelity while Tim faces an uncertain future.'
Source: Australian Television Information Film Archive website, http://www.australiantelevision.net/ Sighted: 23/11/2010
Tangle is 'about two generations of two families - sometimes connecting, sometimes colliding, sometimes at cross-purposes - as they navigate their way around the maze of love, sex, money and politics.' (Showcase website.)
'Season 3 of this revelatory drama will pull apart and look at just how the generations separate from one another and how the ties of family are stretched.' Source: http://showtime.com.au/ (Sighted 23/03/2012).