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Bridge to Nowhere

A group of friends trek up into the back-country bush to visit the half-overgrown ‘Bridge to Nowhere’. But tensions mount in the group as the leader Leon goes off his head. Leon spies on Lise, the bathing girlfriend of a local farmer Mark. But he is caught by Mark and is killed as they fight. Mark starts hunting the others on horseback, at first only to drive them away. But as their blunderings get them lost in the bush, he starts to kill them.

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A group of friends trek up into the back-country bush to visit the half-overgrown ‘Bridge to Nowhere’. But tensions mount in the group as the leader Leon goes off his head. Leon spies on Lise, the bathing girlfriend of a local farmer Mark. But he is caught by Mark and is killed as they fight. Mark starts hunting the others on horseback, at first only to drive them away. But as their blunderings get them lost in the bush, he starts to kill them.

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Director:Ian Mune
Year:1986
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:8.5

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