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The Hunter -- Martin, a mercenary, is sent from Europe by a mysterious biotech company to the Tasmanian wilderness on a hunt for the last Tasmanian tiger.
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Director:
Writers:
Alice Addison (screenplay)
Wain Fimeri (original adaptation) ...
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Release Date:
6 October 2011 (Australia) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Some Mysteries Should Never Be Solved
Plot:
Martin, a mercenary, is sent from Europe by a mysterious biotech company to the Tasmanian wilderness on a hunt for the last Tasmanian tiger. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
4 wins & 20 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
A hunter is contracted to track down the mythical Tasmanian Tiger. See more (72 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Willem Dafoe ... Martin

Frances O'Connor ... Lucy

Sam Neill ... Jack

Morgana Davies ... Sass
Finn Woodlock ... Bike

Jacek Koman ... Middleman

Callan Mulvey ... Rival Hunter
John Brumpton ... Publican

Dan Wyllie ... Pool Player

Sullivan Stapleton ... Doug
Jamie Timony ... Free

Dan Spielman ... Simon

Maia Thomas ... Shakti
Marc Watson-Paul ... Jarrah
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Directed by
Daniel Nettheim 
 
Writing credits
Alice Addison (screenplay)

Wain Fimeri (original adaptation) and
Daniel Nettheim (original adaptation)

Julia Leigh (based on the novel by)

Produced by
Tenille Kennedy .... assistant producer
Anita Sheehan .... executive producer
Vincent Sheehan .... producer
Liz Watts .... executive producer
Paul Wiegard .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Andrew Lancaster 
Michael Lira 
Matteo Zingales 
 
Cinematography by
Robert Humphreys 
 
Film Editing by
Roland Gallois 
 
Casting by
Jane Norris 
 
Production Design by
Steven Jones-Evans 
 
Art Direction by
Amanda Sallybanks 
 
Set Decoration by
Christopher Bruce 
 
Costume Design by
Emily Seresin 
 
Makeup Department
Chiara Tripodi .... hair designer
Chiara Tripodi .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Ann Folland .... production manager
Linda Micsko .... executive in charge of production: Porchlight Films
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nerida Groth .... third assistant director
John Martin .... first assistant director
Samantha Smith .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Frank Brinken .... art department assistant
 
Sound Department
Glenn Butler .... re-recording engineer
Peter Climpson .... sound attachment
Liam Egan .... sound designer
Les Fiddess .... foley artist
Sam Hayward .... sound re-recording engineer
Tom Heuzenroeder .... sound effects editor
Robert Mackenzie .... sound re-recording mixer
Tony Murtagh .... dialogue editor
Martin Oswin .... foley mixer
Sam Petty .... sound designer
 
Special Effects by
David J. Barker .... special effects: Kosovo
 
Visual Effects by
Kate Auld .... digital compositor
Sam Cole .... compositing supervisor: Fuel VFX
Felix Crawshaw .... visual effects producer: Fuel VFX
Troy Darben .... digital intermediate compositor
Ian Dodman .... digital effects supervisor
Sean Dollins .... matchmove & layout artist: Fuel VFX
Brad Dunn .... digital compositor
Rebecca Dunn .... visual effects producer
Danny Janevski .... digital matte painter (as Danny Janveski)
Alex Lay .... digital compositor
Owen Longstaff .... digital compositor: Fuel VFX
Blake Muir .... compositing supervisor
Greg O'Connor .... digital artist: modeling and texturing
Pawel Olas .... visual effects
Sebastian Ravagnani .... visual effects
Kurtis Richmond .... senior matte painter
James Rogers .... visual effects supervisor
Cameron Sharp .... visual effects editor: Fuel VFX
Richard Skelton .... layout & matchmove artist
Nathan Smith .... I/O supervisor
Anders Thonell .... visual effects supervisor
Colin Ware .... modeler and texture artist
 
Stunts
Harry Dakanalis .... stunt coordinator
Mark Hennessy .... stunt double: Martin
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Bailey .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Leuke Marriott .... video split operator
Zac Murphy .... gaffer
Matt Nettheim .... documentary videographer (as Matthew Nettheim)
Matt Nettheim .... still photographer (as Matthew Nettheim)
Kevin Scott .... director of photography: second unit
Oliver Scott .... additional first assistant camera: second unit
Damian Seagar .... best boy
Brendan Shanley .... key grip
Shaun Wilson .... additional electric
 
Animation Department
Konstantin Kovalenko .... animator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christina Validakis .... costume buyer
 
Editorial Department
Sophie Dick .... assistant editor
Olivier Fontenay .... colorist
Matthew T. Griffin .... digital intermediate editor
Katherine Heads .... digital intermediate producer
Matthew M. North .... digital intermediate supervisor
 
Music Department
Wes Chew .... music engineer/mixer
Andrew Kotatko .... music supervisor
James K. Lee .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Jeremy Atcliffe .... production accountant
Amy Barclay .... script supervisor
Frank Brinken .... security
Holli Brinken .... unit assistant
Stephen Cleary .... script editor
Jim Dobson .... publicist
Erin Good .... production secretary
Hilton Howson .... production coordinator
Ranald MacLurkin .... unit manager
Brendan Shanley .... locations scout
Adam Signorelli .... production runner: pre-production
Gary Ticehurst .... helicopter pilot
Jennifer White .... dialect coach
 
Thanks
Brendan Shanley .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for language and brief violence
Runtime:
102 min | USA:100 min
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Trivia:
The source novel by Julia Leigh won the French Prix de l'Astrolabe Ettonants Voyageurs as well as a British Betty Trask Award. The book was also a New York Times notable book of its year as well as being short-listed for a number of literary prizes. It has been translated into nine languages and published in all major territories. This film was made 12 years after the movie's source book was first published in 1999.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: As Martin is driving towards Jarrah's house there is a GPS located on the dashboard in front of him. When he turns on the road towards the house, the GPS is now located on the left side of the dashboard location were it was before.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Martin David:Who's he?
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Soundtrack:
I'm On FireSee more »

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71 out of 95 people found the following review useful.
A hunter is contracted to track down the mythical Tasmanian Tiger., 5 October 2011
Author: mandalor1138 from London, England

Best Aussie film I've seen in recent memory. Dafoe as the hunter was brilliant. The children gave faultless, endearing performances and their dialogue (or lack thereof) was totally natural without forced "it sounds like it's coming from a 20 year-old" lines. Frances O'Connor and Sam Neil gave nuanced, layered performances. Tasmania as a 'character' was starkly beautiful and the screenplay well served by its 10 year-development. Every scene propels the story. There were some aspects reminiscent of 'The American' (i.e. sparse dialogue, the 'professions' of the protagonists) which is not a bad thing! 10/10 or 11/10 with the extra 'Aussie' star. t: @michaelclarkin

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I'm sad about the ending (spoilers) danilosaldanhabizarro
This movie gives Australian's a bad name.. rkw2705
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