It’s been waiting a million years, just for us…

Picnic at Hanging Rock (Weir, 1975), an Australian film about a group of girls on a Boarding School trip to Hanging Rock. Taking place in the Victorian era, not only is this movie unsettling and eerie, but it’s also delightfully beautiful – a combination that makes this movie a must-see. (And, who doesn’t love black tights with white dresses?)

“I know that Miranda is a Botticelli angel.” - Mademoiselle de Poitiers

“A surprising number of human beings are without purpose, though it is probable that they are performing some function unknown to themselves.” -Marion

“Miranda knows lots of things other people don’t know. Secrets. She knew she wouldn’t come back.” – Sara

“Madam, something terrible has happened.” – Mademoiselle de Poitiers

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1 Comment

  1. Posted July 30, 2010 at 12:50 pm | Permalink

    HUZZAH! I also found this movie gorgeous but quietly creepy. Especially because we never find out what happened. I’m glad you watched it!

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    tatiana Reply:

    Yeah! Me too, thanks for the great recommendation. I wanna know why the teacher was running to the rock only wearing pantaloons. Scandalous!

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