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Picnic at Hanging Rock: Miniseries (2018)
Critic Consensus: Natalie Dormer charms in Picnic at Hanging Rock, a stylish retelling of an Australian classic -- though convoluted sub-plots at times distract from its otherwise tantalizing delights.
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as Mrs. Appleyard
as Miranda Reid
as Marion Quade
as Irma Leopold
as Edith Horton
as Sara Waybourne
as Mademoiselle Dianne de Poitiers
as Michael Fitzhubert
as Miss Dora Lumley
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There are all sorts of hazards on picnics: wasps, sunburn, sweaty cheese, grassy sandwiches, dogs snatching the sausage rolls. Or, you know, several guests inexplicably vanishing into a geological formation.
I'm halfway to being seduced by this swoony confection, which comes in six episodes and with so many blossomy female hormones, you can practically smell them.
Languorous as a perfume ad, Picnic at Hanging Rock is certainly atmospheric.
If Weir's film was a romantic, surreal, shimmering mystery-Twin Peaks by way of John Keats-the new Hanging Rock is a more Gothic work of horror, revealing the rot that permeates the blooms of the Victorian bouquet.
The story centers around the mysterious disappearances of three schoolgirls and one teacher on Valentine's Day in 1900 and the subsequent investigation, covering its impact on students, families and staff.
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