Jessica (Cassandra Delaney) is a young woman running a wildlife sanctuary in the Australian outback who comes into confrontation with three redneck kangaroo hunters.
Bored with killing kangaroos, they decide to kill the animals in her sanctuary, and when they see how attractive the owner is, they decide to have a little fun with her, too.
They sexually abuse her and tie her half-naked to the front of their customised Ford F100 truck – “The Beast” – for a crazed drive through the bush.
When they’re finished with her they leave her . . . and now she’s ready for revenge. Turns out they may get a bit more ‘fun’ than they bargained for.
This exploitation flick from young Aussie director Mario Andreacchio was deliberately constructed as an Australian Straw Dogs with an eye firmly on the international market. It was filmed with a modest budget of $1.25 million and a minimum of dialogue so it could be sold anywhere.