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Written by Marion Nelson

Directed by John Curran

Australia, 2013

It is frequently argued that being a teenager is an awkward period in one’s life. The transition from child to adulthood brings with it a series of challenging physical, emotional and psychological transformations. That said, there exists what can be an equally challenging episode, one not so removed from the adventurous teenage years: being a twentysomething. After high school and university stands the first chapter in the rest of one’s entire life. What job is best? When will one marry? What does one want to do for the next few decades to earn a living, to fulfill one’s self and become a functioning human being? Famous Aussie adventurer Robyn Davidson struggled mightily with such weighty queries when she was 27 in 1977.

In John Curran’s new film Tracks, inspired by the published memoirs of the aforementioned Davidson, Robyn »

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