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This film really is one that you should see and its beauty means that you will want to watch it many times over.
Austrailian director Peter Weir's beautiful, almost poetic, suspense film is truly one of the most unsettling experiences one can have in front of the television set.
It is certainly much more than the story of three girls and a school teacher who dissapear on a rock formation, as intruiging as that story certainly is.
understandably a dated movie and it shows what Ayers Rock is really like, but the story line and the acting are very old fashioned.Published 10 days ago by michael McConihe
The acting was good, and the fallout that the disappearance of the girls caused, was interesting. But there was no explanation. Read morePublished 10 days ago by germaine
Peter Weir has made many arresting movies, but this early one (1975), the story of the mysterious disappearance of three girls and a teacher during a school picnic in the... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stanley Crowe
Fascinating story of a group of girls on a day trip to Hanging Rock in Australia. Strange things happen, and some of the girls get lost and some disappear never to be seen again. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra Angell
I love this movie/book - can watch it many times and see something new each time. Recommend.Published 2 months ago by Adele B. Parsons
Great I love this movie , could not find it anywhere except here.Published 3 months ago by Mary A Aaron
As F.R. Leavis said of "Wuthering Heights", you can call this a sport. Totally magical, mystical, ethereal, and beyond criticism.Published 3 months ago by Peter Jakobsen
It took me a while to figure out that the "picnic" stands for freedom, liberation, and escape from the oppressive routine of everyday life. Read morePublished 5 months ago by H. C. Cruzado