Directed by Geoffrey wright
Starring Daniel Pollock, Jacqueline McKenzie and Russell Crowe.
Total Lifetime Grosses
June 9, 1993
Although a low budget film, lacking in visual variety. Certain elements of this film really stood out. One was the sense of urgency that ran throughout the entire film. At times the film seems like one long chase scene, which did become a little boring after a while, but the raw violence and simple, straight forward camerawork create a nice feel to the whole production. Something can be said for not distracting the viewer from the performance by keeping the camerawork sparse.
The strongest performance in the film is delivered by Russell Crowe, who manages to portray the violence of his character as part of his nature. The intensity of his persona was obvious due to the actors excellent presentation. Without him the film would have been sadly lacking, as it is driven by this characters charisma and sociopathic personality.