Walkabout

Walkabout
Walkabout

Year

1971

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

A strange and haunting story set in the outback of Australia. When a 14-year-old girl and her little brother are lost in the seemingly endless landscape around them, a young Aborigine boy takes the pair under his wing and teaches them the art of survival in their harsh and eerie surroundings. Watched over by sly lizards and roaming kangaroos, the three form a close-knit group that resembles a new family - until "civilisation" threatens to destroy that bond.

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Contains nudity, animal killing and infrequent strong language

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