Martin and Hazel Quarrier are small-town fundamentalist missionaries sent to the jungles of South America to convert the Indians. Their remote mission was previously run by the Catholics, before the natives murdered them all. They are sent by the pompous Leslie Huben, who runs the missionary effort in the area but who seems more concerned about competing with his Catholic 'rivals' than in the Indians themselves. Hazel is terrified of the Indians while Martin is fascinated. Soon American pilot Lewis Moon joins the Indian tribe but is attracted by Leslie's young wife, Andy. Can the interaction of these characters and cultures, and the advancing bulldozers of civilization, avoid disaster?
Writer:Peter Matthiessen (based on the novel by), Jean-Claude Carrière (screenplay), Hector Babenco (screenplay), Vincent Patrick (screenplay)
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DC F (kr) wrote: More or less the same movie as before only cheaper. Watch this one only if you were a true fan of the first Wolf Creek.
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Jay C (es) wrote: Trevor Fehrman is so good in this film that you cannot help but wonder as you watch it why he doesn't show up in more, and bigger movies. With a strong supporting cast, a bitingly sarcastic, hilarious script, and Fehrman at the lead, this movie truly shines as one of the most underrated comedies of all time.
Scott D (ca) wrote: A highly artistic horror film that takes some serious cues from the works H.P. Lovecraft. The acting is a lot more solid than you would expect and the visuals director Mariano Baino conjures are pretty impressive and grim. However, the storyline itself is a bit muddled and parts reminded me a bit too much of The Sentinel. Also, when the pretty cool Lovecraftian demon finally rears its head, it is seen far too briefly. All in all, this is a pretty interesting watch, though at times it is a triumph of style-over-substance.
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