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Film Review: Tracks | The Man Cave Cinema

When it comes to stories concerning the triumph of the human spirit, it's hard to argue against one thing — they make for compelling movies. Case in point: 12 Years a Slave, 127 Hours and Gravity, all very different films but all bound by the same universal truth — where there's a will, there's a way. It's a principle that writer Robyn Davidson wholeheartedly embraced when, in 1977, she endeavored to complete a perilous trek across 1,700 miles of scorching Australian outback. She chronicled her harrowing journey in her bestselling book, Tracks, and now director John Curran has brought her story to the big screen.

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