Swerve

Synopsis: Colin happens upon a road accident where he finds a dead man, a beautiful woman, and a suitcase full of money. After trying to do the right thing he soon finds himself caught up in a dangerous scheme.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Craig Lahiff
Production: Cohen Media Group
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.4
Metacritic:
42
Rotten Tomatoes:
37%
R
Year:
2011
86 min
Website
21 Views


Everything is changing constantly.

79th

When you're in a firefight and

survive, it is something great.

80th

If you see something

so interesting and you might have

- Are you going to sacrifice

everything for it?

- It depends on what it used to be.

- He came to the station.

He had been robbed.

Since then we have shared.

84th

He makes me feel alive.

He who wants it.

85th

- What do you think?

- You have done well.

86th

Now I alluded to about the house.

87th

I love three things:

work, home and my wife.

88th

Are there a strong

faith but without love?

89th

Nothing.

90th

Did not have a cigarette?

You want to swim, Frank?

No, I had to go to the office

and check out a few things.

- Not for long.

- All right.

94th

- Are you going to go swimming?

- No, mrs. Turner.

95th

- Feeling hard to call myself Jena?

- Yes.

96th

You sure do not want to go?

97th

You do not talk much not.

98th

- How far will you drive today?

- As far as possible.

99th

Why did you give up her suitcase?

You can take it away.

Honesty is one of

one weakness.

Something that is rarely found

in many people.

Would you like to rub

my back?

I'll show you your room.

Can not tolerate or existing street lights

Another reason for standing in the dark, Sam?

Is it forbidden?

A man with a cue in the middle of the night

can be considered to have a criminal intent.

- I came.

- What are you doing Sam?

In fact I'm surprised you're not at home with your wife.

Is he all right at home?

Take care of yourself

and it does not concern you.

Are you a regular

have many guests?

Frank is not so social person

You are something special.

Is it coming

of the accident?

Does he do it?

Not often, but enough.

Why are you moving

here with him?

Frank has a problem

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Craig Lahiff

Craig Lahiff (April 23, 1947 – 2 February 2014) was an Australian film director. He grew up in the Adelaide suburb of Somerton Park and studied science at Adelaide University, then trained as a systems consultant before studying arts in film at Flinders University. He began working in the film industry on crews for movies such as Sunday Too Far Away and The Fourth Wish.After making a number of short films he directed Coda (1987) a TV movie about a serial killer. The following year he earned an AFI nomination for his feature debut Fever, which was not released to cinemas but sold widely on DVD and video and make a profit.Lahiff died on 2 February 2014. At the time of his death he was developing two film noirs with regular producer Helen Leake as part of a film noir trilogy started by Swerve, and a biopic of General Sir John Monash with frequent collaborator Louis Nowra. He had married in 1976 but the marriage was dissolved. He had twin sons, Sean and Daland. more…

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