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

Just go around the back

if anyone tries to move you.

You hungry? You look famished.

- I do?

- Come on.

You got luggage going on?

What is that? What is all that?


- Taylor.

- He's asleep.


Taylor? See?

- Okay. Be really quiet.

- Okay.

Oh, shit.


Taylor, come on!


He's pissed off, that's all. No big deal.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- I'm sorry about last night.

- No, are you insane? I'm sorry.

I completely overreacted. I should've

actually slept in the tent, anyway.

- In the van. Given you guys a bit of space.

- No, no, we...

We put you in an awkward position.

How did you sleep?

It's a little bit of a hotbox after 7:00.

- Trying to describe what an asshole I am?

- No.

- No?

- No, it's just stuff. Thoughts.

It's kind of like what I do

with my Polaroids. You know,

remember things.

Not that it's gonna be too hard to remember

the American freaking out in your tent.

I think it's good to go a bit nutty sometimes.

You know, it gets it out of your system.



Hey, man. I just wanted to say sorry.

I was pretty upset.

No, I was... I was in the wrong.

I'm not doing it.

- I think he feels a bit stupid.

- Well, I think he is a bit stupid.

I think we should still get the bus.

It feels really mean. Just...

We can't just leave straightaway.

- Oh, Sophie...

- Alex, come on. We'll get the bus.

Let's just give it a day, you know?

It was our fault. It was your fault.

- You mean my fault?

- Yeah.

I think you were right

about that thing earlier.

- It's like a well-tailored suit.

- What, when it's cut?

Where are you going? Sophie?

Whoa, whoa, man.

Maybe you should slow down.

- I think we should go in harder.

- Yeah, it's rubbish soft.

Yes, it is a bit rubbish soft.

I think it's time for some shots.

Looks like he's off on one.

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