The life of Jeff Stark could be so easy: Rock 'N Roll, Sex and Fights but then he gets in trouble with some drug dealers and his life isn't worth a cent anymore.


(as Wolf Morrison)


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Jeff Stark (as Wolf Morrison)
Thomas Landl ...
James 'Mackie' McKenna
Herbie Smith ...
Martina Ebner ...
Silvia Welich ...
David Braune ...
Johnny Lapitz ...
Johnny Rhomberg ...
David James


The life of Jeff Stark could be so easy: Rock 'N Roll, Sex and Fights but then he gets in trouble with some drug dealers and their crazy boss Rico Verelli and from now on his life isn't worth a cent anymore. The only person who could help him is his enemy Police Officer Mackie, but Jeff has an affair with his wife. He is in big trouble now. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama



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25 April 2008 (Austria)  »

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Wild Rebel - Rebell ohne Ausweg  »

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The True Spirit of Independent Cinema
24 February 2009 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

"Wild Rebel" is a fine piece of true Independent Art. It is not even half an hour long but in this little time there is a lot of action. This in not one of these typical boring Austrian Movies where nothing ever happens. "Rebel" has a great story, nice action, little funny moments and a great cast.

Wolf Morrison as Jeff Stark gives a wonderful character performance of a guy who tries to be as tough as he can but deep inside he is a very sensitive person. His portrait of a rebel reminds us very much at legendary cinema rebels like James Dean and Marlon Brando.

He has a girlfriend, Jessica, but he has also an affair with an elder woman, Mona, the wife of his enemy, Police Officer Mackie and starts a little romance with Tina, the girlfriend of his best friend.

Thomas Landl, wasted in so many bad TV series, gives a great character study as disillusioned Police Officer. His daughter died on a drug overdose years ago and it keeps him alive to fight against the crime in this city. Deep inside he likes Jeff because he knows he can lead him to the drug gangsters.

The worst actress is the person who plays his wife Mona. How did she get that job? The guy who played Rico, the bad guy, Herbie Smith is funny to watch. He tries to be a typical B-picture bad guy and he does a good job.

The young actor who plays Jeffs best friend David looks a bit colorless.

But the rest of the female supporting roles are very fine: the girl who plays Jessica, Jeff's girlfriend, has a great scene when she goes downstairs to Rico's place to tell him Jeff's hiding place. The camera shows her face and how she walks downstairs. An unforgettable scene and a very talented young actress.

Martina Ebm, a very young actress who plays Tina, David's girlfriend, gives a fine performance. She shows so much power and energy in almost every scene. Not a girl, not yet a woman, sensual, sensitive and charismatic. She is the best actress in this movie.

Jeff has to pay for his wild lifestyle. After he steals the drug money from Rico he's on the run. Mackie tries to help him but Rico's has already sent out a Killer.

Shot with a very less budget, Wolf Morrison, who also wrote, produced and directed, shows the true spirit of Independent Cinema. Nice work!

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