Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A young girl flees her hometown and arrives in the Australian Alps, where new experiences help her learn the differences between sex and love.
Was originally going to be filmed predominantly in and around Canberra and nearby Lake George, but the ongoing drought on Australia's eastern seaboard meant that the lake was totally dry. Being that a body of water is a focal point for the film, the setting was changed to Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains, where the drought's effects were not as severe.
You know when you were a kid, did your mum ever used to spray perfume in the air and sort of walk through it?
Joe: She's like that.
Richard: Like perfume?
Joe: No... see, when you leave you still feel her on your skin.
When Joe pours hot water onto the icy windscreen of his car, no steam appears.
AUD 70,769 (Australia) (12 September 2004)
$92,214 (USA) (29 June 2006)
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