Synopsis: A contemporary psychological thriller in which a young British couple travelling through the Australian outback becomes involved with a mysterious and charismatic American whose motive for imposing his friendship upon them becomes increasingly suspect and sinister.
Director(s): Ringan Ledwidge
Production: United International
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min


I missed you.

Who's this? Hello.

Oh, this is Ingrid. She's German.

We were dancing. There was a party.


- Oh, hi.

- Oh, yeah, this is... This is Taylor.

We met in Sydney. He gave me a lift.

I just brought your man back for you.

- Look what I found.

- Oh, wow!

Oh, no!

You ready?

You know, I've been thinking.

What do you guys think about

all of us travelling together?

Forget the bus. Bus is a pain in the ass.

I just spent $300 on a hop-on, hop-off

Whipper Snapper bus pass.

Did he just say that?

Come on, it could be fun!

All right.

I'm taking it that's a yes, then. Come on.


- What?

- Whipper Snapper.

- Whipper Snapper.

- You want to see it?

- No.

You sure?

Leave me, I don't want to go! Go!

Look, Dad let me watch Jaws

at an early age.

- Come on!

- Give me a kiss before you go. Be careful.

- Morning, kids.



- Are you sure this is okay?

- What? Hanging out with good people?

Having some fun?

Yeah, it's okay. Is that okay with you?

Yeah, definitely.

Go put your stuff in the back.

How about you?

It's good. Fine, yeah.

What are you doing?

Thought we better take care of this

before we forgot.

All right, let's have a picture.

- Shouldn't we wait for Ingrid?

- Yes, she said to say sorry.

She had to catch the early bus.

Something about a friend

she'd forgotten about.

I always have that effect on women.

- You okay?

- Yeah.

No. I'm just a bit pissed off with Ingrid.

I know. She didn't even say goodbye.

Have you got her phone number

or anything?

No. Nothing.


Taylor looks like his night

caught up on him, anyway.

- Yeah, I reckon so.

- Well, he'll find another girl soon.

Just wish it was you and me. That's all.

- Here it is. Pull up over there.

- Okay.

I'm just gonna hop out.

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