1919. After fighting in WWI as a sniper, Travis, now a Policeman in the vast empty spaces of northern Australia, loses control of an operation that results in the massacre of an Indigenous tribe. After his superiors insist on burying the truth Travis leaves in disgust, only to be forced back twelve years later to hunt down Baywara, an Aboriginal warrior whose attacks on new-settlers are causing havoc. When Travis recruits mission-raised Gutjuk, the only known massacre-survivor as his Tracker, the truth of the past is revealed and Travis becomes the hunted.

  • 1 hr 44 minNR
  • May 14, 2021
  • Action

Cast & Crew

  • Jack ThompsonActor

  • Simon BakerActor

  • Callan MulveyActor

    Callan Mulvey is one of Australia's leading actors. Callan is best known for his leading roles in the television series Rush, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms and Underbelly, as well as Darren Ashton's feature film Thunderstruck. Callan first graced Australian screens in the hugely successful series Heartbreak High, as well as Head Start and McLeod's Daughters. Callan, now firmly established internationally, made his American film debut in Katherine Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty. His additional film credits include Scyllias in 300: Rise of an Empire, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, was part of an all-star ensemble cast for the critically acclaimed film The Turning, as well as starring opposite Katie Holmes in Miss Meadows, and opposite Sullivan Stapleton, Simon Pegg and Teresa Palmer in Kriv Stenders' crime thriller Kill Me Three Times. Callan recently played Lord John Comyn in David Mackenzie's Outlaw King. In 2020, Callan will star opposite Eva Green, Marton Csokas, and Eve Hewson, in the highly anticipated BBC/Working Title mini-series The Luminaries, join Simon Baker and Jack Thompson in the 1930's Australian frontier thriller High Ground, and co-star in the second season of the critically acclaimed mini series Mystery Road, directed by Warwick Thornton.
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  • Ryan CorrActor

  • Caren PistoriusActor

    Caren was born and raised in Rustenberg, South Africa with her three older siblings. Her family immigrated to New Zealand when she was 12 where she began acting in high school theatre productions. She went on to study Art and Design at University, majoring in animation and illustration. After graduating she returned to theatre briefly and then began working in television and film. In 2014, Caren was nominated for the Graham Kennedy Award and a Logie Award for her work in Australia. Her role in Slow West directed by John Mclean, in which she stars opposite Michael Fassbender and Kodi Smith-McPhee, was her international feature film debut. She will also be appearing in Derek Cianfrance's upcoming Light Between Oceans.
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  • Stephen JohnsonDirector

  • Stephen JohnsonProducer

  • David JowseyProducer

  • Greer SimpkinProducer

  • Maggie MilesProducer