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Visitors (2003)

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The story of Georgia Perry, the first woman to sail around the world solo.


Richard Franklin
5 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Radha Mitchell ... Georgia Perry / Young Carolyn
Susannah York ... Carolyn Perry
Ray Barrett ... Bill Perry
Dominic Purcell ... Luke (as Domenic Purcell)
Tottie Goldsmith ... Casey
Che Timmins ... Kai
Christopher Kirby ... Rob (as Chris Kirby)
Jan Friedl Jan Friedl ... Bev
Soula Alexander Soula Alexander ... Bev
Roberta Connelly Roberta Connelly ... Barbie
Michelle McClatchy ... Barbie
Diana Greentree Diana Greentree ... Julie
Bridgette Burton Bridgette Burton ... Julie (as Brigette Burton)
Donni Frizzell Donni Frizzell ... Stowaway (as Donni Frizzel)
Phil Ceberano Phil Ceberano ... Pirate Captain


After six months at sea on an unassisted solo circumnavigation, Georgia Perry's 44-foot sloop is becalmed for several days. Cabin fever sets in, and the border between fact and fantasy begins to distort. But if these are just tricks of the mind, how do these encounters leave Georgia with physical manifestations? Written by Anonymous

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Fear runs deep.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence and language | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Final film of director Richard Franklin. See more »


Referenced in Road Games: 'Not Quite Hollywood' Interviews (2008) See more »


Georgia on My Mind
Music by Hoagy Carmichael
Lyrics by Stuart Gorrell
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Atmospheric but meandering and confusing
3 January 2004 | by Auric2003See all my reviews

The general premise of this film is a time-worn reliable gimmick: the lone woman in jeopardy. In this case, an interesting slow-build up to the main plot device keeps audiences engrossed: a 25 year old adventuress embarks upon a solo sailboat journey around the globe. While suffering through an extended period of being becalmed in tropical waters, she begins to believe she is being visited by ghostly apparitions who intend to kill her. Initially, the plot is intriguing as we wonder whether these nocturnal fears are real or imagined. However, as the film progresses, it deviates from being a straight forward thriller and introduces a lot of awkward goobledy-gook in which our heroine is visited by ghosts of her departed parents, menacing pirates, long dead relatives, and ultimately some over-sized spiders! Before long, the tiny vessel is as crowded as the S.S. Poseidon. The acting is very credible and the photography is also admirable, but director Richard Franklin makes the cardinal sin of showing us far too much of the mysterious visitors and their omnipresent status eventually makes them no more menacing than party guests who refuse to leave even though it's the wee small hours of the morning. The cumbersome screenplay degenerates into a confusing mess, and a completely unsatisfying climax that betrays our expectations that there will be a "sting in the tail" ending that explains most of what has preceded it. In all, a noble effort, but a failed one.

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Release Date:

27 November 2003 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Incubo in alto mare See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Company Credits

Production Co:

Bayside Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs


(Fantasy Fim Fest) | (Ontario)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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