Tabrett Bethell is a bereaved mother in The Clinic 
How far would you go to save your child? In the 2010 thriller, The Clinic, written and directed by Australian James Rabbitts, we explore how instinct can turn the most nurturing and caring sex into the most vicious.
Inspired by true events in 1979, the film was shot in Deniliquin, NSW and focuses on mother to be Beth who is driving across the country with her fiancé Cameron to spend Christmas with her parents.
Along the way they book into a motel and spend the night. Later in the night Cameron goes for a stroll leaving Beth asleep. However, when he returns she is gone.
Beth wakes up in a large warehouse naked and discovers that her baby has been removed by C-section.
She also finds 4 other females who are in the same condition and team up to find their babies. Unfortunately, another mother is out killing them in the hopes that she can identify her baby using colored tags sewn into the mothers’ scars.
Meanwhile a couple monitor the mothers’ activity through CCTV and take notes indicating more than just random stealing of babies.
Tabrett Bethell who takes on the role of Beth does an astonishing job of channeling a bereaved mother. She is best known for her role as Cara in the TV series The Legend of the Seeker.
Also adding to the all Aussie cast is Clare Bowen (Sydney in The Combination) as Ivy, Sophie Lowe (Chloe from Aussie TV drama All Saints) as Allison, Freya Stafford and the late Andy Whitfield from Spartacus: Blood and Sand as Cameron.
The lighting and props are perfect, capturing the right emotions and sensations, and the knowledge that the events actually happened should send a shiver down your spine.
Watch The Clinic on Amazon Prime – http://a.co/7IOAS8C