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Austin almost 5 years ago
An impenetrable film unlike anything else.
nathanaelgrey almost 6 years ago
dream pop as a movie, mysterious events during a picnic
Tim Jules Hull over 6 years ago
Excruciatingly tedious and as wooden as a petrified tree.
Victoria Roe over 1 year ago
Davide MrBlonde over 1 year ago
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frank mint almost 4 years ago
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gio almost 5 years ago
Ed Wong 5 years ago
Darren O'Shanassy almost 6 years ago
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Amy Elle 6 years ago
Seonaid Francis over 6 years ago
Alex Holroyd almost 7 years ago
Tyler Belk almost 7 years ago
Mark Ryall 7 years ago
Bec Andrews 7 years ago
Picnic at Hanging Rock is a 1975 Australian feature film directed by Peter Weir and starring Anne-Louise Lambert, Helen Morse, Rachel Roberts and Vivean Gray. The film is adapted from the novel of the same name, by author Joan Lindsay. The film relates the story of the disappearance of several schoolgirls and their teacher during a picnic to Hanging Rock on St. Valentine's Day in 1900, and the subsequent effect on the local community. The students at private girls school Appleyard College are dressing on the morning of St. Valentine's Day, 1900. Several of the girls, including Miranda (Anne-Louise Lambert), Irma (Karen Robson), Marion (Jane Vallis), Rosamund (Ingrid Mason), waifish Sara (Margaret Nelson) and outsider Edith (Christine Schuler) read poetry and Valentine's Day cards. The group prepare for a picnic to Hanging Rock, accompanied by the remote mathematics mistress Miss Greta McCraw (Vivean Gray) and the young and beautiful Mademoiselle de Poitiers (Helen Morse). Sara is...
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