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Summer Heights High (2007)



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4.5 out of 10 A clever, funny comedy
Sarah & Philip from Cavan, 01 Oct 2009
This series is brilliantly acted and is simply hilarious.
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3.5 out of 10 SHH
Gary from Cork, 02 Dec 2009
Funny show but starts to grate...
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Summer Heights High, written by and starring Chris Lilley (We Can Be Heroes: Finding The Australian of the Year), is the award winning Australian mockumentary series starring three of the funniest protagonists--all played by Lilley-- to hit our screens in years. The effeminate, yet megalomaniacal, Greg Gregson--aka 'Mr G'--is the self-appointed "Director of Performing Arts", passionate about his "innovative" teaching methods and determined to write his own "Arena Spectacular"....

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