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26 October 2009  |  Written by James Dyer  

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We don't know about you but if we were on the run through the New Zealand wilderness we'd be more than a little concerned to have an angry Ray Winstone hot on our trail. That's the situation Temeura Morrison finds himself in in Ian Sharp's Tracker, however, and we have the first shots of the stars in character for you to take a peek at. Both of them looking meaner than a sack of angry rattlesnakes.

The film is set at the opening of the 20th century, when a guerilla fighter form the South African Boer war called Arjan (Winstone) takes on a manhunt for Maori seaman Kereama (Morrison), who is accused of murdering a British soldier. What follows is a cat and mouse pursuit through the varied landscape of NZ with both hunter and huntee testing their bushcraft and wits against that of the other. Check out the images below.


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Anything with Temuera Morrison in is fine by me!
Looking forward to this, love NZ films... More

Posted by tom_poynton at 17:42 on 26 October 2009 | Report This Post

Ray's The Man
He knows a thing or two about how to survive in the wild, given his supreb performance in The Proposition. So this should just as great (although can I now look at New Zealand with thinking Hobbits hmm?). I'm just eager to see any Winstone movie. The wait for the Sexy Beast follow-up - 44 Inch Chest is killing me. More

Posted by Taz69 at 16:09 on 26 October 2009 | Report This Post

I Love Ray!
I had the pleasure of working with Ray on Robin Of Sherwood and on Casualty, some years later, before he became a movie legend. A genuinely lovely man and a great actor. I look forward to everything he is in. http://photos1.blogger.com/img/125/1307/640/Ray%20Winst on%20%26%20Bran%20trimmed.1.jpg More

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