The story of a woman who must find her kidnapped son, navigating a world she doesn't know, on the edge of danger with every heartbeat.
|Release Date||:||October 29, 2017|
|Genres||:||Action, Adventure, Drama, Western|
|Production Company||:||Head Gear Films, Metrol Technology, Kreo Films FZ, Cork Films, MiriquidiFilm|
|Production Countries||:||Germany, New Zealand, United Kingdom|
|Director||:||Niall Johnson, Monique Knight|
|Writers||:||Emily Corcoran, Emily Corcoran, Niall Johnson|
|Casts||:||Alice Eve, Jack Davenport, Graham McTavish, Richard O'Brien, Cohen Holloway, Glen Levy, Gillian MacGregor, Stig Eldred, Emily Corcoran, Stan Walker, Lukas Hinch, Mikaela Rüegg, Grayson Hunt Urwin, Herbie Berger, Susannah Kenton, Whare Mihinui, Joanna Prendergast, Ella Hope-Higginson, Nick White, Michael Adams, Mark Chan, Stephen Lefebvre, William DuFresne|
|Plot Keywords||:||upper class, kidnapping|
Here we have another clichÃ©d and very unimpressive attempt at what could've been a strong, memorable revenge tale. Since the first few scenes and spoken lines of dialogue I knew just how uninteresting and predictably bland this film was going to be. Although the writing of the script is highly questionable I think the story should have been considered better as a soap opera. Alice Eve delivers an unconvincing yet borderline-acceptable performance. The acting overall is evidently deficient and it becomes distracting after a while. The climax leaves you unmoved and careless after a lot of weak acting and predictable plot points. On the other hand the cinematography and landscape shots are pretty nice as you would expect in any 'western' flick. The musical score is alright for the most part but at times it feels a bit out of place. Camerawork and editing are pretty average and acceptable. Production design is suitable although some of the sets look clearly unfinished and hurriedly made. All in all not recommended, do not waste your time in this. Go watch a real american western instead.