Red Hill

Synopsis: A young police officer must survive his first day's duty in a small country town.
Genre: Thriller, Western
Director(s): Patrick Hughes
Production: Strand Releasing
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

Don't go crawling up my ass just yet Constable.

I haven't had breakfast yet.

Yes, sir.

You are the transfer assigned?

Personal reasons, I guess.

What sort of personal reasons?

Just give us a minute, Slim.

If I'm gonna be your superior,

there's nothing that you can't share with me.

Now, to be honest with you, Shane...

when a blowing from the big smokes

requests to be transferred to my outpost...

I count on two things.

Either he's lazy

looking for what he thinks is a cushy bait

or he's an upstart looking for an easy promotion.

"So which one are you?

It's nothing like that, sir.

Then what is it?

It's my wife, sir.

We lost...

We lost our last pregnancy at six months.

The doctor said we should move

somewhere quiet, away from the city.

Try and keep her blood pressure down.

And here's something I haven't seen in a while.

The Carlin brothers riding on horseback.


What's the occasion, Micky?

Gleason lost the herd this morning.

Old Jerry Patrick forgot to shut

the gate again, did he?

Oh no, reckon something spooked them bad.

Stampede broke the fence.

Where they head to?

You are not gonna tell anyone,

are you, Billy?

Not unless you don't come back.

This is Shane Cooper

the new Constable.

You boys better try and make it back

before the storm hits.

It'll only spook the horses even more if we don't.

Well, be good now.

Are they not allowed

to ride in those mountains?

Not since the government bought them off.

Heaven forbid...

Somebody once step on a flatten flower.



Good to see that business

is booming, Ted.

Someone's gotta feed Ken's medicine.

Got a look at your file.

It's not very poor.

Thank you, sir.

What was the counselling for?

You did that, police counselling.

It was mandatory.


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