Based on Jane Harper’s bestseller, this riveting Aussie mystery stars Eric Bana as Aaron, a big-city investigator burrowing into a brutal murder-suicide involving a childhood friend. As he delves into the case, Aaron uncovers dark secrets that his drought-stricken, rural hometown would rather keep hidden. Skeletons in his own closet rattle as his questions lead back to his own past and a young woman’s mysterious drowning.
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Sydney, Australia, native Robert Connolly is a director, writer, and producer for films and television. He made his feature directing debut with The Bank (2001), winning the Australian Film Institute’s Best Original Screenplay award and receiving a Best Direction nomination. He would win further AFI screenplay prizes for Three Dollars (2005) and Balibo (2009). Among his other films are Underground: The Julian Assange Story (2012) and Paper Planes (2014), for which he won the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts award for Best Original Screenplay.