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THE HUNTER (2011) Movie Trailer: Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill

Willem Dafoe, The Hunter

The Hunter Trailer. Daniel Nettheim‘s The Hunter (2011) movie trailer stars Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill, Frances O’Connor, Sullivan Stapleton, and Dan Wyllie. The Hunter‘s plot synopsis: based on the book by Julia Leigh, The Hunter is about “the hunt for the last known Tasmanian tiger by a man identified only as M, who wants to find the creature for a multinational biotech company. Tracking M’s fateful course, beginning at a remote house on the fringe of a vast wilderness and receding into the forest-a world of silence and stillness-The Hunter is a haunting tale of obsession and redemption. It is the story of a business proposition that takes on mythic aspects, as the quest for a nearly extinct animal becomes a search not for ultimate profit but for the essence of life that technology has all but crushed.”

Great tone in this trailer, especially Willem Dafoe as an uncaring mercenary and Sam Neill as another character. The fact that an extinct species, the Tasmanian tiger, is a plot point in the film is intriguing as well.

The Hunter also stars Callan Mulvey, Jacek Koman, Morgana Davies, and Maia Thomas.

Watch The Hunter movie trailer and leave your thoughts on it in the comments section below. For more The Hunter photos, videos, and information, check out our The Hunter Page. The Hunter has no US theaters release date yet.

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