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The Screen Guide

The inspirational true story of Robyn Davidson's 2700km solo trek through the remote Australian desert to the Indian Ocean, aided only by her loyal dog Diggity, four unpredictable camels and, periodically, the charismatic National Geographic photographer who chronicled this epic modern adventure.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
John Curran
Writers
Marion Nelson
Producer
Emile Sherman  Iain Canning
Dir. of Photography:
Mandy Walker ASC ACS
Cast
Mia Wasikowska - Adam Driver - Rolley Mintuma - Rainer Bock - John Flaus
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Arclight
Australian Sales
Transmission Films Pty Ltd
International Sales
Hanway Films

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