A cinematic text that, three decades on, remains a rarity due to the central place of women in both its plot and production, High Tide tells the story of a mother and daughter reunited. Suzie Gibson and Dean Biron examine this underappreciated Australian film's use of road-movie and coming-of-age tropes in portraying the tumultuous yet ultimately touching relationship that blossoms between its two female protagonists.
parent, child, family, cinematography, New South Wales, Judy Davis, Claudia Karvan, gender.
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