That Tony Scott is a good writer. Nothing particularly fancy, just admirable, the way he’s able to notice and then put into words. Which I suppose is the basic skill required of a writer.
Here are a couple quotes from his review of “Walkabout”
“The price of living in the modern world is a feeling that we have fallen out of touch with the natural world. We long for an innocence that may have never existed but still exerts a significant hold on our imaginations.”