A note from independent filmmaker David Conover on why he chose this film:
In 1977, Robyn Davidson walked 1,700 miles through the Australian Outback with four camels and her dog, Diggity. The nine month journey began in central Australia’s Alice Springs and ended triumphantly along the western coast of the Indian Ocean. Robyn’s purpose for this undertaking was to be alone, to be the subject of her own life. Consequently, she was dismayed at first to have Rick Smolan interrupt the personal journey to photograph her for a spread in National Geographic. Inside Tracks is Robyn’s and Rick’s modern commentary on the 2013 film about their time in the desert. Their personal narratives are fortified by both Rick’s original photography from 1977, and the film’s stunning and faithful representation of their experiences.
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