Detour (2016) Trailer

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Detour (2016) - Trailer

Detour (2016) - Trailer
Year: 2016
Genres: Thriller, Action
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M21S
Cast: Stephen Moyer, Tye Sheridan, Edwin Jay, Joe Vaz, Nick Boraine, Nic Rasenti, Kal Weber, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Geoffrey Howard, Sibongile Mlambo, Reine Swart, John Lynch, Dylan Edy, Daniel Fox, Sarah Lea, Michael Bundred, Deon Lotz, Loulou Taylor, Tamer Burjaq, Francis Chouler, Jenna Saras, Jared Abrahamson, Emory Cohen, Bel Powley
Director(s): Christopher Smith

Trailer: Detour (2016)

A young law student blindly enters into a pact with a man who offers to kill his stepfather, whom he feels is responsible for the accident that sent his mother into a coma.

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Harper (Tye Sheridan), a seemingly naive law student, obsesses over the idea that his shifty stepfather was involved in the devastating car crash that left his mother hospitalized and comatose. He drowns his suspicions in whiskey until he finds himself suddenly engrossed in conversation with volatile grifter Johnny (Emory Cohen) and his stripper companion, Cherry (Bel Powley). As daylight breaks and the haziness of promises made becomes clearer, how will Harper handle the repercussions (not to mention the violent duo—on his doorstep)?

In theatres, On Demand , on Amazon Video and iTunes January 20th via Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing


Law student and all round good guy, Harper, suspects that his scheming step-father, Vincent, is responsible for the car crash that sent his mother into a coma. Drowning his sorrows one evening in a seedy L.A whiskey bar, Harper is interrupted by a tough looking redneck called Johnny Ray who offers to 'take care' of his step-dad for the cool sum of US$20,000. Angry, intent on revenge and fuelled by alcohol, Harper agrees to the deal and spends the rest of his evening downing shots with Johnny Ray. The next morning, Harper awakes to the mother of all hangovers with hazy memory of the previous night's events. Answering a knock at the front door, he is surprised to find Johnny Ray and his beautiful but distant girlfriend, Cherry, ready and waiting to drive to Vegas to kill Vincent. Harper's claims that he was drunk and didn't know what he was doing mean nothing to Johnny Ray who is more threatening than ever in the cold light of day. Harper quickly realises that there is no easy way out; if he wants to survive this, he has no choice but to go along with the plan. What follows is a tense and deftly constructed noir thriller in which Harper's story takes an unexpected detour, presenting the audience with two alternate versions of events with two very different outcomes. Did Harper really want to kill his step father and which road did he actually take?