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A young boy travels across Australia with his father, who's wanted by the law for committing a violent crime.
Are some bonds meant to be broken?
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2 July 2009 (Australia)
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Opening Weekend USA: $838,
1 July 2012, Limited Release
Gross USA: $5,480, 9 September 2012
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Director Glendyn Ivin and screenwriter Mac Gudgeon undertook the same actual trip as in the film's source novel "The Last Ride" by Denise Young. They went camping along the routes set in the book. Unsure whether Broken Hill in New South Wales contained all of the locations required for the shoot, producer Antonia Barnard believed South Australia could hold the answer to their location needs. She said: "Eventually, when the Adelaide Film Festival became involved, and after I had seen 'Lucky Miles' , I thought that the Flinders Ranges may contain all the locations we were looking for. The SAFC [South Australian Film Corporation] brought us down to look around, and [director] Glendyn [Ivin] was immediately taken with a location about twenty minutes into our four-hour drive. From then on there was no doubt but that the Flinders Ranges would be the location for our film." See more
When Chook goes back to the car (at the end), sunlight can be seen through his hair on both sides of his head from behind, indicating that his face is in full sun. The following shot from the front shows half his face in shadow. See more
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