|Miramax Films | Release Date: November 29, 2002||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Noyce uses his Hollywood craft to unfold this primal, powerful story, he has an epic feel for the harshly beautiful Australian landscape and he gets wonderfully natural performances from the three girls. His bold, lyrical images stay in your head, like an unaccountably beautiful nightmare.
The result is a film that outrages and fills the viewer with poetry that's at once epic and intimate, scandalizing and life-affirming -- a real work of art.
A movie of minimalist moments (Molly's tiniest gestures speak volumes) and lovely, almost holy tableaux.
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