Abandoned in the outback, a teenage girl and her younger brother learn about sex, death, and nature from an aborigine boy. This 1971 film was Nicolas Roeg’s first solo effort, and it’s still one of his most satisfying achievements. The themes are large and abstract enough to support Roeg’s large, abstract style; there’s no sense of disappointment, as there often is in Roeg’s films, when the stylistic baroque collapses into stylistic banality. With Jenny Agutter and David Gulpilil.