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Release
25 April 2014
Certificate 12A
Cast
Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver
Director(s)
John Curran
Screenwriter(s)
Marion Nelson

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OUT 25 APRIL 2014

Tracks

Genres Drama

Film synopsis Loner Robyn Davidson (Wasikowska) takes it upon herself to cross the Outback with four camels. A quixotic journey that comes to the attention of an irksome National Geographic photograper (Driver).

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RE: Tracks
L: RodbertusIlludere Really looking forward to seeing how Mia Wasikowska tranfers her great performance in Lawless to a leading role. WIll have to get this when its out on DVD s really worth getting, its another fantastic performance in a tricky role.  More

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Really looking forward to seeing how Mia Wasikowska tranfers her great performance in Lawless to a leading role. WIll have to get this when its out on DVD  More

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Tracks- More than a journey from A to B.
“And there are new kinds of nomads, not people who are at home everywhere, but who are at home nowhere. I was one of them." Tracks opens with Robyn Davidson's words and the audience is instantly invited into a romanticised world of isolation and solitude. Director John Curran (The Painted Veil) and his fantastic production team brings this austere story to life with captivating scenery and a strong focus on the human condition. Based on Davidson's book with the same name, thi More

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