Walkabout (1971)

Exploring the complications of communication and comparing civilization to nature, this crystal-clear hallucination is overtly incomprehensible, constantly fascinating and brilliantly executed from thrillery start to uneasy end. Storyline, acting, sound, camera, cutting – everything is surrealistically warped but magically fitting.

Fabulous, except maybe for the partly hippieish worldview and some unnecessary voyeurism. All in all one of the very best in my book so far.

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