When a suburban couple go camping for the weekend at a remote beach, they discover that nature isn't in an accommodating mood.
They are trespassers. Will they survive their LONG WEEKEND [Australia Theatrical]
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Did You Know?
When the film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, producer Richard Brennen
noticed a man get up and leave the screening after only 10 minutes of the film. He followed the man out to ask him why he was leaving. It turned out the gentleman was a film distributor for South America and was going to buy the rights to the film after seeing only minutes of it. In total four foreign distributors bought rights to release the picture during the screening. See more
There are a couple of shots of a Tasmanian Devil shortly after the couple arrive at the campsite. As the name suggests, Tassie Devils live only in Tasmania. Yet the beach/camping scenes were filmed in Bega, NSW, which is a long way away, and separated by a large stretch of ocean. See more
I'm sorry if we got...
The closing credits appear over a shot of the wilderness vegetation growing around the harpoon impaling Marcia. See more
Remade as Long Weekend