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(2011)

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Reviewer Greg "Roy" King said of the meaning of this movie's 'Swerve' title: "The title itself is evocative, not only because it refers to cars suddenly swerving or veering around an obstacle, but because it also refers to the various characters changing their moral outlook in the face of temptation and unexpected situations."
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First cinema movie in around a decade for Australian thriller director Craig Lahiff.
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Jina, played by actress Emma Booth, is the film's only female character.
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The setting of Neverest is actually a real place in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia though it is more commonly known as Neverest Hill.
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The weather in the outback of the Flinders Ranges caused problems for the production during principal photography of this picture.
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Debut theatrical feature film edited by editor Sean Lahiff.
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The picture has no spoken dialogue for the film's first six minutes.
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Trade Paper 'Variety' described this movie as being "in the tradition of a Jim Thompson potboiler".
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This movie has said to have been inspired by various thriller influences such as James M. Cain, John Dahl, Alfred Hitchcock, Jim Thompson and the Coen Brothers, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.
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The types of banknotes in the briefcase full of money were $100 Australian bills. The same denominations had featured in director Craig Lahiff's earlier movie Fever (1988).
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Final film of writer, producer, and director Craig Lahiff.
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One of a number of films directed by director Craig Lahiff with one word titles. The titles include: Coda (1987), Swerve (2011), Fever (1988), Ebbtide (1994), Strangers (1991), and Labyrinth (1979).
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