The story sees three wealthy, middle-aged CEOs - all married family men - get together for their annual hunting game in a desert canyon. It's a way for them to let off steam and affirm their manhood with guns. But this time, one of them has come along with his young mistress, who quickly arouses the interest of the two others. Things get out of hand and she is left for dead in the middle of this arid hell. However, the young woman is very much alive, and the hunting game turns into a ruthless manhunt.Written by
The Range Rover in the film has a diesel engine but the sound effects are of a gas engine. The motorcycle in the film is a 2-stroke but once again the engine sound effects are wrong and are that of a 4-stroke engine. See more »
This was unexpected but never boring. First off our star Matilda Lutz is simply stunning. She and the landscape are filmed with much admiration. The film is visually rich and warm and blends English and native dialog from time to time. It is quite bloody and the director stretches some scenes to the point you might squirm in your seat. Yet the violence is not empty shock horror violence. It is in context. And while she is sexually assaulted, Lutz's character is not victimized. She is underestimated and heroic in the 2nd half of the movie as she wreaks revenge. And we cheer her every bloody step of the way.
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