10 years after a global economic collapse, a hardened loner pursues the men who stole his only possession, his car. Along the way, he captures one of the thieves' brother, and the duo form an uneasy bond during the dangerous journey.
Ten years after a global economic collapse, a cold-blooded drifter traverses the scorched Australian outback on a mission to track down the men who stole his last remaining possession - his car. When he crosses paths with a badly wounded member of the gang, he takes the vulnerable, naïve young man along as his unwitting accomplice.Written by
David Michôd wrote the character of Eric specifically for Guy Pearce. See more »
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We're not turning around. He's gone!
What do you mean, "He's gone"? He was still moving. I fucking saw him still moving.
We killed people!
What do you mean? Turn the fucking car around!
He's gone! What are we supposed to do?
Damn it, this shit's not worth it for me to leave him there!
We killed people, man.
God damn it! Please, I'm begging you. He's my fucking brother.
[from the back seat]
I said this would happen.
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A visually stunning and surreal film which left me perplexed and amazed. Guy Pierce is a marvel, who knew anyone could do so much with a script that is about ten words long, 'Under' acting at its best.
I never really thought much of Robert Pattinson up until now but he is also surprisingly excellent in his risky supporting role.
Very original, very Australian and definitely not a film for the masses, it's certainly open to interpretation. Shockingly violent,dark,gritty, confusing and awkward. But it's the best thing I've seen in years.
If you are bored with the ten a penny 'Blockbusters' that Hollywood churns out by the dozen then I would thoroughly recommend this thought provoking and refreshingly different film. Ten out of ten.
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