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Los Feliz 3 | Introduction by Luc Roeg and Bernard Rose
This is a vaccinated-only screening
Home / Now Showing / WALKABOUT
In Nicolas Roeg’s dreamy, hypnotically primal tone poem, an adolescent sister and brother (Jenny Agutter and Luc Roeg) flee into the Australian bush after their father has a deadly nervous breakdown. Once distant from civilization, the siblings meet an aboriginal youth (David Gulpilil) on his “walkabout,” the ritual separation from home and family as a test of survival and resourcefulness.
DISTRIBUTOR: Janus Films
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