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Walkabout


  1. Directed by: Nicholas Roeg
    Donald G. Payne
  2. Produced by: Si Litvinoff
    Anthony J. Hope
    Max L. Raab
  3. Written by: Edward Bond
    Donald G. Payne
  4. Music by: John Barry
  5. Cinematography by: Nicolas Roeg
  6. Editing by: Antony Gibbs
    Alan Pattillo
  7. Release Date: 1971
  8. Running Time: 100
  9. Language: English, Aboriginal, Czech, French

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  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

A teenage city-girl and her young brother, stranded in the Australian outback, are rescued by an adolescent Aborigine boy on a "walkabout" (a survival ritual leading to his transition into manhood). A visually stunning work about the tenuous bond formed between these three characters, Walkabout is ultimately a heartbreaking story of missed opportunities, with both immediate consequences and longer aftereffects. – Baal T'shuvah


  1. Directed by: Nicholas Roeg
    Donald G. Payne
  2. Produced by: Si Litvinoff
    Anthony J. Hope
    Max L. Raab
  3. Written by: Edward Bond
    Donald G. Payne
  4. Music by: John Barry
  5. Cinematography by: Nicolas Roeg
  6. Editing by: Antony Gibbs
    Alan Pattillo
  7. Release Date: 1971
  8. Running Time: 100
  9. Language: English, Aboriginal, Czech, French

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

A teenage city-girl and her young brother, stranded in the Australian outback, are rescued by an adolescent Aborigine boy on a "walkabout" (a survival ritual leading to his transition into manhood). A visually stunning work about the tenuous bond formed between these three characters, Walkabout is ultimately a heartbreaking story of missed opportunities, with both immediate consequences and longer aftereffects. – Baal T'shuvah

A teenage city-girl and her young brother, stranded in the Australian outback, are rescued by an adolescent Aborigine boy on a "walkabout" (a survival ritual leading to his transition into manhood). A visually stunning work about the tenuous bond formed between these three characters, Walkabout is ultimately a heartbreaking story of missed opportunities, with both immediate consequences and longer aftereffects. – Baal T'shuvah


  1. Directed by: Nicholas Roeg
    Donald G. Payne
  2. Produced by: Si Litvinoff
    Anthony J. Hope
    Max L. Raab
  3. Written by: Edward Bond
    Donald G. Payne
  4. Music by: John Barry
  5. Cinematography by: Nicolas Roeg
  6. Editing by: Antony Gibbs
    Alan Pattillo
  7. Release Date: 1971
  8. Running Time: 100
  9. Language: English, Aboriginal, Czech, French

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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