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Welcome back to Scotch & Cinema! This week we review director John Curran’s Tracks, starring Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver, and based on the true story of adventurer Robyn Davidson’s journey across the Australian outback.
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If you aren’t a camel lover already, prepare to be converted (or keep your drool bucket handy)!
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