Last Cab to Darwin

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Olivia

I really loved this heart-filled film about friendship and love across generations, race and nationalities. Less about euthanasia and more about what's important in life, this beautifully filmed journey across Australia's red centre is a delight worth watching.

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Dylan

A different kind of road trip movie... It isn't about the destination, rather the emotional journey. Strangely similar to George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” because it is an exacting, measured combination of character and story. It also features some of the best Australian actors working ...Read more

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Burhan

This is one of the best movies that I have seen in a while. Highly underrated in the US simply because it did not receive the right exposure.

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