Det er en fuldstændig kopi af dagens avis, men med langt flere fordele.
Mais la réalité s'avère bien éloignée de son idéal, car la liberté offerte à des prisonniers déjà violents rend les conflits et les violences morales et physiques d'autant plus présentes.
À Oz règne un climat de peur, de haine, de violence et de mort.
See more » : I'd love to have a proper warm bath with clean towels and eat with real plates and knives and forks and have proper sheets and records and cleaning my teeth properly and wear all my own clothes. Shot on location in the Australian outback--perhaps one of the most exotic places on earth--"Walkabout" has a visual grandeur that is reminiscent of passages from David Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" and John Ford's "The Searchers." Never has the "voodoo of location shooting" (as Werner Herzog likes to call it) been more manifest than in this film.
See more » Opening caption: In Australia, when an Aborigine man-child reaches sixteen, he is sent out into the land. In fact, the exotic and unique location in which it was shot, coupled with Roeg's masterful cinematography, feels like one of the main characters in "Walkabout." The film's location adds a mystical (almost spiritual) and meditative dimension to it which lingers in the viewer's mind--haunting it long after the film is over.
Sorry if anyone feels cheated but real life does have to come first.