Wonnangatta Station, 1918. Two men arrive at a dark and empty farmhouse looking for the manager, their friend Jim Barclay.
No one’s heard from him for more than a month. Something’s amiss.
Then a grim discovery sets the men off on a journey across the harsh Australian terrain, looking for answers, maybe for revenge.
Written by Angus Cerini (The Bleeding Tree), Wonnangatta is a darkly lyrical exploration of the Australian landscape – geographic and psychological – and a hard-driving yet poetic celebration of language and story.
Hugo Weaving and Wayne Blair feature. Jessica Arthur directs.
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