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This was a fun ride! A genre piece that delivers on the most satisfying elements of genre, using the idiosyncratic landscape of the Australian desert as its backdrop - a delight to see on screen. Beautifully shot, the sparseness of the town against the richness of the red dirt leaves you wanting more. Jolene Anderson's performance is wonderful and the supporting cast imbues a steady naturalism that you don't normally get in sci-fi/alien flicks. I like it! A nice tense rumble in the stomach for the entirety as I wondered what would happen next. I realised afterwards that this was a female heavy cast and crew which adds to my appreciation.
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