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DIRECTOR: Nicolas RoegAustralia, UK, Ireland, New Zealand : 1971 : 100MINS : M
MERCURY CINEMA, 12 NOON, SATURDAY 26 FEBRUARY
(No bookings required. To ensure admission please arrive early.)
Walkabout (Nicholas Roeg, 1971) stars David Gulpilil in his breakthrough role as the nameless example of ‘primitive purity’ who rescues the displaced ‘civilised’ European children lost in the Australian interior. He then pays the ultimate price, in what can be seen as a metaphor for indigenous existence since first contact.
SCREENWRITER: Edward Bond, James Vance Marshall PRODUCER: Si Livinoff CAST: David Gulpilil, Jenny Agutter, Luc Roeg CINEMATOGRAPHER: Nicolas Roeg FESTIVALS: Cannes Film Festival 1971 DIRECTOR PROFILE: Nicolas Roeg was born in London in 1928. In the 1960s he developed in to one of Britain's top cinematographers, working with directors such as David Lean, Francois Truffaut and Richard Lester. His films as director include Walkabout (1971), Don't Look Now (1973), The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) and Bad Timing (1980).