All Saints (1998–2009)
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Consequences 

Families in crisis give both Frank and Charlotte pause for thought about their own domestic situations.

Director:

Catherine Millar

Writer:

John Banas

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Georgie Parker ... Terri Sullivan
John Howard ... Dr. Frank Campion
Conrad Coleby ... Scott Zinenko
Christopher Gabardi ... Vincent Hughes
Tammy Macintosh ... Charlotte Beaumont
Judith McGrath ... Von Ryan
Paul Tassone ... Nelson Curtis
Alexandra Davies ... Cate McMasters
Celia Ireland ... Regina Butcher
Natalie Saleeba ... Jessica Singleton
Wil Traval ... Jack Quade
Katrina Campbell ... Addy
John Noble ... Dr. John Madsen (as John Madsen)
Kimberley Joseph ... Dr. Grace Connelly
Camilla Ah Kin Camilla Ah Kin ... Mrs. Hayek
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Storyline

Yasmin Hayek, a young Muslim girl, recently came to All Saints [episode 7.12] with a bad infection as a result of an infibulation (circumcision) and begged Charlotte to perform a simple procedure to reverse the mutilation. Even though the girl was underage for the procedure to be done without parental consent, Charlotte proceeded. Now, Yasmin is back, badly injured, and appears to have been beaten as punishment. Mrs Hayek, the girl's mother, wants to take her daughter home and deal with the situation herself, but it isn't that simple. Charlotte suspects that Yasmin's highly orthodox father is the one who's beaten her and she isn't keen to return the girl to that situation. It's not a decision she eventually has to make because Yasmin turns out to have a ruptured spleen and needs an operation. When Mrs Hayek finds out about her daughter's deinfibulation, she collapses. She believes her daughter is ruined and it is the hospital's fault. When Yasmin further confesses to her mother that ...

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 July 2004 (Australia) See more »

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7 Network See more »
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