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Savage teaser trailer looks intense

Savage.jpgI haven't heard of the writer/director of Savage before, but looking at the teaser trailer for his film I was taken right in.

There is a hint that it's a lower budget production, but the stylising and editing does a great job on it. I really am intrigued by it and it does look like it could be rather intense.

The blurb for Savage goes like this:

An exploration of masculinity and violence. A story of obsession and revenge, as a man tries to come to terms with a brutal, random attack and it's consequences.

With a larger one with the TrailerAddict trailer:

Finding himself the victim of an attack on the wrong side of the tracks of a crime-ridden city, Paul Graynor, (Darren Healy, Once, Layercake) a press photographer who works exploiting the tabloid news, finds himself the focus of it. He tries to come to terms with his attack, though the scars both psychological and physical -- prove impossible to heal.

This smart thriller in the vein of Taxi Driver and Straw Dogs depicts a man who is pushed to the edge and contemplates taking the next step.

It certainly does look like it could be a challenging film that's going to affect the audience, something I love my cinema to do. Here's the brief teaser trailer that is offering so much.





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