Tony lends a helping hand on string arrangements and mixing duties for the opening track, Tasmanian Tiger
, and Death of a Dandy, the latter inspired by the recent death of Soho's tragic artist Sebastian Horsley and featuring special guest Danielz from T-Rex tribute T.Rextasy.
THE Australian thriller casts Willem Dafoe as a mercenary who is assigned by a mysterious European biotech company to hunt down the last Tasmanian tiger
. Shot across gorgeous Tasmanian locales and aided by a haunting background score, the film builds its suspense well and also leaves a comment about human apathy for wildlife.
Elsewhere in this issue is a review of a beautifully and sparsely poetic picture book about the last Tasmanian tiger
, coincidentally another book with this species is a gripping, earthy, novel Into That Forest (12) by Louis Nowra.
If only they could bring us good news about the Tasmanian tiger
Dogs and cats are too, it is said, and so was, before they left us, the now extinct Tasmanian tiger
The Hunter Cert 15 A MERCENARY comes to Australia to search for the last Tasmanian tiger
. There, he discovers the mysteries of the wild and longforgotten emotions surface.
A biotech company hires expert marksman Martin David (Willem Dafoe) to travel to the Southern Hemisphere and hunt the last remaining Tasmanian Tiger
. The elusive and majestic beast is believed to hold the secret to a pharmaceutical miracle.
THE HUNTER (12A) Hunter Willem Dafoe is paid to kill the last Tasmanian tiger
, but who is the one being hunted?
A biotech company wants mercenary animal hunter Martin David to try to find the Tasmanian tiger
Also out this week The Hunter (15) For reasons that slowly emerge, mercenary hunter Willem Dafoe's hired by a shady corporation to track and kill the last Tasmanian tiger
, only to start questioning his own morality when, lodged with a female environmentalist, he bonds with her and her children.
Dafoe is a mercenary hired by a shady multinational to find tissue samples of a Tasmanian tiger
, a breed considered extinct, but which locals claim to have seen.
WILLEM Dafoe is on top form as mysterious hunter Martin sent to the outback by a shadowy biotech company to track the long-thought-extinct Tasmanian tiger
. The film is at its best out in the wild, but gets sidetracked by his relationship with the widow of an eco-activist and her two annoying kids.