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Title: The castle review

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Subject: Music and Movies
Author: Refugio M
Date: September 21, 2011
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Grade: A
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The head of the Kerrigan household, Darryl Kerrigan (Michael Caton), is simple, but a man of incredible pride. He is a typical Aussie bloke who is adored by his family yet disregarded by society. Nonetheless, seemingly oblivious to reality, Darryl lives and rules in his own home, which he calls his castle...

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Nonetheless, seemingly oblivious to reality, Darryl lives and rules in his own home, which he calls his castle. "A mans home is his castle" he states. Sal Kerrigan (Anne Tenney) is the classic Australian housewife, who is wholly devoted to her family, and especially her husband. Her cooking lacks sophistication of any form, yet is praised beyond any professional chef's wildest dreams...

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