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USA: New Line Cinema
UK: Entertainment Film Distributors
Cast: James Caviezel, Rhona Mitra, Colm Feore, Frankie Faison, Andrea Roth, Gordon Currie, Paul Mota, Michael Stevens
Director: Robert Harmon
UK: 81 mins
USA Rated: R for violence, some gore and brief language
UK Certificate: 18 contains intense car crash violence and revenge theme
USA Release Date: 13 February 2004
UK Release Date: 2 July 2004
Rennie Cray (Jim Caviezel) is the self-appointed avenger of his wife's murder. For five years he's been driving around the country in his 1968 Plymouth Barracuda, pursuing the man responsible for the hit-and-run murder of his wife, looking for retribution.
James Fargo (Colm Feore) is a mesmerizing and chilling killer whose body has been reduced to a combination of human parts, prosthetics, straps and harnesses. Creative retrofits have transformed his 1972 Cadillac Eldorado into an extension of his own body, a killing machine he uses to torture and taunt unsuspecting motorists on the highways of America.
Hounding Rennie at every turn is Macklin (Frankie Faison) a traffic investigator who recognizes that as Rennie's search for Fargo narrows, so does his ability to distinguish between right and wrong.
Molly Poole (Rhona Mitra) has enough tragic personal baggage to fill the trunk of Rennie's Barracuda. A simple drive home from choir practice spirals into an ordeal which puts Molly in Fargo's sightlines. Marked by a photo he takes of her, Molly discovers she's the only survivor of massive pileup he caused in a tunnel.
For Rennie, Molly has now become the bait to catch Fargo...
From director Robert Harmon, who set the bar for road thrillers with 1986's THE HITCHER, comes a new tale of the dangers of the open highway.