Castaway is a 1986 British biographical-drama film starring Amanda Donohoe and Oliver Reed, and directed by Nicolas Roeg. It was adapted from the eponymous 1984 book by Lucy Irvine, telling of her experiences of staying for a year with writer Gerald Kingsland on the isolated island of Tuin, between New Guinea and Australia.
|productionCompany||Cannon Screen Entertainment Castaway Films Ltd. United British Artists|
|publisher||The Cannon Group, Inc.|
|theme||biographical drama erotic solitude|