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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.
As F.R. Leavis said of "Wuthering Heights", you can call this a sport. Totally magical, mystical, ethereal, and beyond criticism.Published 8 days 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 2 months ago by H. C. Cruzado
Made on location at Hanging Rock, Victoria Strathalbyn and Clare, Marbury School South Australia, and South Australian Film Corporation Studios. Read morePublished 5 months ago by bernie
I love the tone, undertones and subtleties of this movie. The group dynamics between the characters. Human psychology is well developed and craftily portrayed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by PJD
why this was Critically acclaimed is beyond me it is a snooze fest from start to finish steer well clearPublished 5 months ago by prp
My wife and I actually had a picnic at Hanging Rock, Australia last month, so we were anxious to see the film that inspired us to visit. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brian Baum
I saw this film at a group showing. After reading the reviews I anticipated a suspenseful and intriguing movie. Unfortunately it was extremely disappointing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paula Robertson
I was so looking forward to this film, based on the many positive reviews listed here as well as those by film critics like Roger Ebert, who ranks it among his "Great" films. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ken Flick
i didn't like this quite as much as when I saw it in its first release in the seventies. however, i also understand that I am seeing the "improved" version, aka the director' s... Read morePublished 11 months ago by carol irvin