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The Drifter (2014) - Trailer

The Drifter (2014) - Trailer
Year: 2014
Genres: Thriller, Drama
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M6S
Cast: Michael Lane, Danny Bellini, Christopher Lee Gibson, Bruce Jarman, Amanda Powell, Fred Lasday, Enrico Marcellino, Danielle Alagna, Corey Calamis, Jack McAllister, Lee Karlinsky, Melissa Eaton, Ashleigh Miller, Zachary Miller, Jayvo Scott, Savino Bellini
Director(s): Craig Calamis

Trailer: The Drifter (2014)

The Drifter tells the story of a uniquely troubled man, Chris Thatcher, who finds himself on a downward...

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Chris Thatcher finds himself on a downward spiral induced by painful memories of his dark and distant past. Taking refuge from his long days and nights of driving aimlessly on the open highway, this drifter stops off in a small town where he happens to cross paths with an old acquaintance who becomes intrigued by his uneasiness. Memories of their past begin to surface. Thatcher has many skeletons to hide and his old rival becomes determined to discover them.
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THE DRIFTER

Starring: Christopher Lee Gibson, Bruce E. Jarman, Amanda Powell

Directed by: Craig Calamis

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Synopsis:

The Drifter tells the story of a uniquely troubled man, Chris Thatcher, who finds himself on a downward spiral induced by the dark memories of his past. In his search for purpose, the drifter spends his days and long nights on the open road, desperate to erase the haunting images that lurk deep within his mind. One evening, Chris finds refuge from the highway's cadence in a small southern town and decides to make himself at home. While in his temporary haven, he unexpectedly crosses paths with an old acquaintance who is quickly entertained by the uneasiness that Chris exudes. The darker his memories grow, the closer he walks to the fine line between man and monster.