The closing shot pans out showing Wilpena Pound in the heart of the Flinders Ranges, one of Australia's most unique geographical formations. An enormous, crescent-shaped amphitheater, the Pound was formed over the course of millions of years worth of erosion, resulting in a "wall" of peaks which encircle a valley below. Wilpena Pound measures roughly 17 kilometres long. See more »
I read some of the negative reviews of this film before watching it. I almost avoided it for that reason but I'm so glad I didn't. It's a great film, well written and acted, perfectly staged in various locations of the Australian outback to complement the characters and situations they find themselves in. I felt it conveyed realistic human dilemmas and heart, and brought something new to the genre. Forget the naysayers, do yourself a favour and experience this film.
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