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Watch the First Trailer for 'Tracks' Starring Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver

Still no release date for this one yet

Tracks movie trailer
Mia Wasikowska in Tracks
Photo: The Weinstein Co.

The Weinstein Co. has premiered the first trailer for Tracks, an Outback-set adventure drama starring Mia Wasikowska as a young woman on a 1,700 mile trek across the deserts of West Australia with her four camels and faithful dog. Adam Driver co-stars as National Geographic photographer Rick Smolan, who documented her travels.

The film was directed by John Curran, whose only films I've seen are Stone and We Don't Live Here Anymore, neither of which I remember as overly compelling, but I've heard plenty of good things about The Painted Veil. Thing is, Curran's work doesn't really have a heartbeat that matches up to mine so I'm not too sure this one is going to appeal to me.

The Weinsteins have yet to announce a release date.

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  • nickmandel

    "The Painted Veil" was wonderful - a very fine film.

  • Shaun Heenan

    It opened this week here in Australia. It didn't do much of anything for me, but it's filled with great-looking landscape shots.

  • Gautam Anand

    You have to see The Painted Veil, Brad. I think you will like it. It's a brilliant, brilliant film with a Oscar worthy performance from Naomi Watts. Pity, that Warner Bros. screwed up its Oscar campaign.

    • Newbourne

      I was freaked out, because you said Naomi Watts was in The Painted Veil. I thought you were talking about the original that won Best Picture. I completely forgot the Norton version.

    • lalecture

      I loved The Painted Veil. Beautiful landscape shots. Naomi Watts was fantastic in this film.

  • Ron Oneal Fresh

    For your consideration.

  • JessicaChastained

    I really loved this film! It's surprisingly very unsentimental, and isn't a tourism ad for Australia, which is a welcome change.

  • Nardog

    I almost missed Hugo Weaving saying "There's a natural order to this world and those who try to upend it do not farewell" because of that M83 song while watching the trailer.