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Moon Rock for Monday

A terminally ill girl and a fugitive boy road trip across Australia to visit a moon rock.


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"Moon Rock for Monday," directed by Kurt Martin, takes us on a journey through Sydney in 1999. The film follows the story of a young girl who befriends a teenage boy on the run, and together they embark on a mission to visit a moon rock that the girl believes will heal her. The film is a touching and heartwarming story of friendship, hope, and perseverance.The film's direction is excellent, and Martin does a great job of capturing the essence of Sydney in the late '90s. The performances by the cast are also noteworthy, with George Pullar and Ashlyn Louden-Gamble delivering standout performances as Tyler and Monday, respectively.The film's pacing is slow, but it works in its favor, allowing the audience to fully immerse themselves in the story and the characters. The cinematography is also excellent, with some breathtaking shots of the Australian landscape.Overall, "Moon Rock for Monday" is a beautiful film that will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired. It's a must-watch for anyone who loves a good coming-of-age story.



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Plot summary

Sydney, 1999. After an unlikely encounter at a train station, a young terminally ill girl named Monday befriends a fugitive teenage boy Tyler. They travel to visit a moon rock that the girl believes might heal her. They road trip across Australia and meet an array of characters along the way.

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