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SwerveColin 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.
Actors of "Swerve"
Directors of "Swerve"Craig LahiffBirthdate: 23 April 1947, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Creators of "Swerve"Craig LahiffBirthdate: 23 April 1947, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Critic Reviews of "Swerve"Los Angeles TimesJanuary 02, 2014
As it zigs and zags, its plot unravels rather than tightens, and its curveball of an ending is bound to leave audiences feeling as double-crossed as some of the characters.TheWrapDecember 08, 2013
You've got your duplicitous blonde, a briefcase full of money, the hapless patsy, the angry cop, the loose cannon and the speeding train. Everything's so in order that you could doze off and catch up with the plot within seconds of reawakening.New York PostDecember 06, 2013
It's enjoyable enough, but low on novelty, beyond the stark beauty of the sun-bleached Outback landscape.New York TimesDecember 05, 2013
As the title of "Swerve" suggests, there's a lot of driving, and cars and characters veer, though never far enough for either to arrive at some place, some narrative, that's remotely new.New York Daily NewsDecember 05, 2013
The story is uninspired, Lyons looks lost, and Booth makes for a bland femme fatale.Time OutDecember 04, 2013
The more narrative wrenches this modern-day noir throws at its characters-notably several literally physics-defying leaps of logic-the less involving it becomes. There are a few too many twists on this highway.The Film StageJune 21, 2016
If you can grin and bear the fact something always comes up to replace the previous problem just solved, there is entertainment to be had.Under the RadarSeptember 07, 2014
Swerve plays out like a down under version of No Country for Old Men, sapped of any sense of tension, logic or charm.Cinemalogue.comDecember 11, 2013
A series of winding roads lead nowhere in this low-budget Australian thriller.The PlaylistDecember 07, 2013
But for the most part, the most shocking thing about Swerve is how utterly straightforward it is.Film Journal InternationalDecember 05, 2013
Almost all the parts of Swerve -- the predictable storyline, thin cast and flaccid action -- feel worn-out and second-hand. They still work, but they're not much fun to watch.The DissolveDecember 03, 2013
A watchable genre exercise.
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