Picnic at Hanging Rock 1998 Horror Movie Review
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Twenty years after it swept Australia into the international film spotlight, Peter Weir’s stunning 1975 masterpiece remains as ineffable as the unanswerable mystery at its core. A Valentine’s Day picnic at an ancient volcanic outcropping turns to disaster for the residents of Mrs. Appleyard’s school when a few young girls inexplicably vanish on Hanging Rock. A lyrical, meditative film charged with suppressed longings, Picnic at Hanging Rock is at long last available in a pristine widescreen director’s cut with a newly-minted Dolby® digital 5.1 channel soundtrack.
About Picnic at Hanging Rock (1998)
Picnic at Hanging Rock
Rachel Roberts, Anne-Louise Lambert, Vivean Gray, Helen Morse, Kirsty Child,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)Runtime:
115 minutesDirector: Peter Weir,
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