A mysterious stranger travels to a remote village where, 15 years earlier, his wife and daughter were kidnapped.

Director:

Giorgio Serafini

Writers:

Rab Berry (screenplay), Scott Mallace (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dolph Lundgren ... Aiden Hakansson
Cosimo Fusco ... Giordano
Marta Gastini ... Giada
Anna Falchi ... Hanna
Bruno Bilotta ... Lupo
Bruce McGuire ... Ray Martin
Elizabeth Kinnear Elizabeth Kinnear ... April Graziani
Marco Mazzoli ... Antonio Graziani
Justin Fischer ... Palm Akansson
Roberta De Santis Roberta De Santis ... Waitress
Kai Portman ... Leotrim
Johnny Sinclair Johnny Sinclair ... Young Aiden Hakansson
Francesco Cassano Francesco Cassano ... Policeman
Alessandra Nitti Alessandra Nitti ... Maria
Elisanna Mirabella Elisanna Mirabella ... Sofia
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Storyline

In 2008, Loke Hakansson was taking a family vacation in the south of Italy when his wife and his daughter have been kidnapped. Following an attempt of exchange gone awry both wife and daughter have been killed. Ten years later, Hakansson is contacted by a local detective who has re-opened the case and has new information. Reluctantly, Hakansson travels back to Italy to meet the detective. When he arrives he discovers that the detective has committed "suicide". To his dismay, Hakansson is trapped into a web of deceit that forces him to acts of violence to understand what happened to his family.

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Revenge doesn't stop See more »

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Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violence and language | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In 2014, the project was entitled "The Stranger". Actor / producer Walter Nudo and director Georgio Serafini approached Dolph Lundgren then but nothing happened and it stalled for a few years until the production reignited in late 2017 / early 2018. See more »

Alternate Versions

The version premiered in Japan (95 minutes) runs 8 minutes longer than the US-released cut (87 min). See more »

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Terrible, slow Film!
6 July 2019 | by canike07See all my reviews

I'm a Dolph Lundgren fan but this was terrible! One of the worst editing jobs I've seen. It's like a bunch of randomly filmed scenes all put together, no flow of any kind of story. Very slow and the action sucked. They used stand ins for Dolph on almost any scene that was shot from the back, acting was bad and nothing made sense. Just avoid at all costs and hopefully next time we get a decent action flick from Lundgren.


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Official Sites:

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Italy | USA

Language:

English | Italian

Release Date:

9 August 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Tracker See more »

Filming Locations:

Taranto, Apulia, Italy See more »

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2.35 : 1
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