Current Works / Great White

INFO

Release Date: 2021
Producers: Neal Kingston, Michael Robertson, Pam Collis
Director: Martin Wilson
Writer: Michael Boughen
Runtime: 91 min

Cast: Katrina Bowden, Aaron Jakubenko, Kimie Tsukakoshi, Tim Kano, Te Kohe Tuhaka

A blissful tourist trip quickly turns into a nightmare when five passengers in a seaplane become stranded miles from shore. In a desperate bid for survival the group try to make it to land before they run out of supplies or are attacked by a menacing terror lurking beneath the surface.

 

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A fun filled flight to a remote atoll turns into a nightmare for five passengers when their seaplane is destroyed in a freak accident and they are trapped on a raft, 100 miles from shore with man-eating sharks lurking beneath the surface.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"Great White is visually polished and transitions elegantly between wide-angle wonderment and finite claustrophobia. Wilson is a highly accomplished commercials director and his modishness and brevity lend a touch of esthetical class to the chomping and screaming."

Bradley Hadcroft , THE PEOPLES MOVIES - 12/5/21

“Australian-set flick from Director Martin Wilson, follows in the footsteps of Deep Blue Sea and The Meg to deliver hair raising survivalist set pieces. After watching Great White it is still not safe to go back into the water.

Robert Daniels, The New York Times - 16/7/21

It’s one of the better shark films to be released in recent years with a script and direction that build tension and uses the “stuck on a raft” idea in the right direction.

Emile Black, CINEMA CRAZED - 13/7/21

"Great White is visually polished and transitions elegantly between wide-angle wonderment and finite claustrophobia. Wilson is a highly accomplished commercials director and his modishness and brevity lend a touch of esthetical class to the chomping and screaming."

Bradley Hadcroft , THE PEOPLES MOVIES - 12/5/21

It’s one of the better shark films to be released in recent years with a script and direction that build tension and uses the “stuck on a raft” idea in the right direction.

Emile Black, CINEMA CRAZED - 13/7/21

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