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
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1

It ...

Come on.

- Are you hurt?

- He was driving on the wrong side.

Hold on.

We had to go to the hospital.

- Can you take me home?

- Of course. Wait a while in my car.

I'll be back.

- Should I ask for help in?

- No, I can manage.

Thank you for driving.

10th

Hey who's your name, so

I can report to Police.

11th

WELCOME NEVERES 12th

- Beer?

- Yes, thank you.

13th

- Is this the only hotel in this city?

- Is it not good enough?

14th

It's good enough for me.

15th

How to contact

the local police?

16th

- There's the problem?

- There was an accident on the highway.

17th

He used to come here

today.

18th

Kevin.

19th

- You look at me or look for me?

- I'm looking for the police.

20th

You've found it.

Here we can relax.

- What's the problem?

- There was an accident on the highway.

- Where?

- Can we talk somewhere?

Let's go to the station.

24th

- Oh, God.

- I can not leave it there.

25th

Now I'm no room

for it here.

26th

- And he's dead?

- No doubt about it.

27th

I also found this.

28th

- Neverest Hotel, 12:30. Is there anything else?

- No.

29th

Maybe on day one or he lost control.

It happens when you want to overtake.

30th

He seems in a hurry

to get here soon.

Most people

hurry away.

- Is he drunk?

- No. He wanted to avoid the car a girl.

- Women are where?

- He's headed out of town. Pretty and blond

34th

Let's see there. Do you mind?

35th

- Maybe you want a statement?

- No. We'll take it later.

36th

We should use the money

taxes for something other than marching band.

37th

Windshield slashing his throat.

38th

He had to be identified.

39th

After Maurice selasai

autopsy, tell him to call

40th

if he saw something

unusual.

- I want to be told something abnormal.

- But ...

Move the corpse

before starting to smell.

Come on, Bill.

44th

- Leg or shoulder?

- Feet.

45th

You brave.

46th

That man could be transformed into

pot-roast before the day ends.

47th

Trunk lid is broken.

48th

Change the wheels that we

can drag it here.

49th

Majority

people will vomit.

50th

- Have you ever seen this?

- Yes, in Iraq.

- Infantry?

- Forces Engineer.

While I was in

a special power.

It is the best time of my life.

I know a lot.

54th

Are you just passing through?

55th

Yes, I had to Broken Hill tomorrow afternoon.

But I need a mechanic.

56th

There is a nice Armstrong, but he

will not be back before midnight.

57th

- Is there a motel?

- Yes, it is full. There orchestra events.

58th

I hate it, but it was the only

which attract tourists here.

59th

You can stay at my house.

Do not.

60th

This is not a problem.

My wife is smart cook.

I'll take you to Armstrong in the morning.

You can not say no.

That's it.

Looks like you've ever met.

- Cooking is not my specialty.

- I never complained.

64th

Very lucky you were there.

But I do not understand.

65th

- Where are you going?

- I want a ride.

66th

- Yes, but where?

- Where the hell. As you're not?

67th

- Yeah but I'm still on the road.

- Not always.

68th

- You know where the money came from?

- Probably from drugs.

69th

We are close to the border.

70th

- Approximately how much does it cost?

- A lot.

- Stored securely in the station?

- Honey, what I say about the matter for the police?

The less I know, the better.

Women ...

74th

There will be changes in the weather.

Most people do not like change.

75th

They want to run

the same routine.

76th

Actually we are the ones who are always changing.

I'm not the old me, so did you.

77th

No one can

we do for it.

78th

That's why I liked about Iraq.

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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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