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You’ll never walk alone – Tracks review

By Simon Miraudo March 3, 2014 Mia Wasikowska will walk 500 miles, and then she’ll walk 1200 more in John Curran’s Tracks, a cinematic restaging of Robyn Davidson’s epic trek across the West Australian desert. Davidson’s journey, embarked upon for reasons of ostensible self-discovery and captured in her biography of the same name, remains one […]

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Trailer Debut: Mia Wasikowska’s ‘Tracks’

Mia Wasikowska goes walkabout in the trailer for her new film, Tracks. Directed by John Curran, it details the true trek of Robyn Davidson (played by Wasikowska) across the Australian desert following the dissolution of her marriage and death of her mother. Adam Driver (Girls) stars the National Geographic photographer who captured her journey. The cinematography here is […]

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Mia Wasikowska’s Tracks scores U.S. distribution

Mia Wasikowska’s new film, Tracks, has been acquired by The Weinstein Company for U.S. distribution. Deadline first broke the news, which was later confirmed by TWC. This is great news for the John Curran-directed feature, which details the true trek of Robyn Davidson across the Australian desert following the dissolution of her marriage and death […]

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