A collection of the underground cult-classics that paved the way to a great Hollywood career – WITNESS, THE TRUMAN SHOW, MASTER AND COMMANDER.
[Weir]’s a man whose ability to find the eerie in the commonplace might please Hitchcock –
New York Times
Peter Weir was on the crest of the “new wave of Australian cinema” in the 1970s. With these early films he proved himself to be a filmmaker with a unique voice; evocative, atmospheric and compelling.
Featuring the haunting PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK, his first feature, gothic horror, THE CARS THAT ATE PARIS, as well as the “moodily impressive” (New York Times) THE LAST WAVE and black comedy THE PLUMBER.