Technically speaking, the film is a mixed bag: performances are strong and the cinematography is very stylish the scenery looks great and the shots of the hunter's truck are very effective, the vehicle taking on a persona more menacing than the men themselves ; however, the soundtrack is diabolical: none of the awful '80s music complements the action. With that said, the look at the outback was wonderful and made for some terrific shots throughout the picture. Truly beautiful scenery, and Adelaide'n that I am, I have to take a ride up there one day. She spends the first part of the movie barely dressed in a long shirt and belt and nothing else, or a wrap and belt. Andrew Lesnie sharply photographs the colourfully rugged Australian landscape and wildlife, but it's the moody nightlife cinematography that adds the atmospheric dynamics. The point where she stands over them while they sleep and decides to cutely tie up their stuff, instead of burning them alive, taking or destroying the vehicle or taking the weapons which she has demonstrated she can use with proficiency earlier in the film, is cringe worthy. There is absolutely no denying this.
So what if they rip off your clothes? I thought, if people are taking this seriously, then I don't think I can make this sort of material. It promises you a naked woman tied to the hood of a car and that's exactly what you get. The plot seemed designed to showcase Cassandra's charms and, I confess, she won me over! Just good old boys having fun, that's all. That's more than compensated for by the, at times, startling nudity of Cassandra Delaney. It's ending song isn't forgettable though. She seems to be in conservation.
I just optioned to see this. A very interesting movie indeed! Also interesting Outback scenery and action. This film was strange, entertaining, but strange. Jessica is never just hapless prey and the hunters aren't psycho killers. Eagle-eyed viewers might spot a male predator far more despicable than any of Fair Game's villains lurking in an advert for paint in the background of the outback convenience store. And then she gets pushed too far.
Cependant, il est impossible d'évaluer bon ou mauvais avant, mais la recherche Fair Game. This movie is very overrated. Of course, Fair Game is famous to the extent that it is famous for a single scene: the aforementioned scene where Jessica gets strapped to the hood of a big ass truck, stripped down, and driven around the Outback. The film pretty much never slows down except for the occasional nude scene , and it never brings in new characters to distract from the main conflict, which is something it should be lauded for. Well, I wasn't really wagging.
Redefining this conflict as a battle of wills makes for a much more entertaining film. This isn't always the case, you know. Unfortunately, Casasandra later married John Denver in real life and turned to music. Three kangaroo hunters terrorise an attractive woman, Jessica Cassandra Delaney , who lives by herself on a wildlife reserve in the outback. John Denver is actually a very potent lady who fights back from the beginning and never really allows her opponents to get the upper hand. A young woman running a wildlife sanctuary in the Australian outback is in for trouble when she is confronted by three kangaroo hunters.
Weil Jessica sich für den rüden Scherz revanchiert, beginnt das verrückte Trio, sie zu terrorisieren und schließlich regelrecht zu jagen. This film feels refreshing and innovative because the script doesn't unfold like the majority of 70's revenge thrillers. The characters and their reasoning is atrocious and the dialogue is bloody awful. Harassing building up to a crescendo. About that scene, loved it. Essentially follows a rape-revenge sort of plot, although it isn't clear if they rape her.
There are all sorts of problems with this movie but the biggest is the screenplay itself. It's no surprise that this is one of Quinton Tarantino's favourite ozploitation films. In their tricked-out jeep, complete with shooting perch and a handlebar mustache front bumper, the handsome Sony Peter Ford , frantic Ringo David Sandford and chubby Sparks Garry Who begin bothering Jessica as an act of boorish bravado. The acting performances are more than satisfying and I'm pleased to notice the cast exclusively exists of native Australians. Its no razorback in terms of filmmaking, or good ol' ozploitation but it has some scenes well worth hunting out if you like sleazy forgettable garbage as much as me.
From this inclusion, the gigantic killer pig feature 'Razorback 1984 ' comes to mind. For her its just screaming, she had the chance to get back and those idiots many times yet she failed lots of times. A nude shot of her taken by the intruders. Was really relieved to have found it, and have joyfully re-watched it since January 2011. Director Mario Andreacchio makes good of the psychical set-pieces and locations.