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Red Rider

Etheria - Red Rider
episode 1.6

USA 2013/2020
produced by
Bryan Hwang for American Film Institute, series producers: Stacy Pippi Hammon, Heidi Honeycutt, Shaked Berenson (executive) for The Horror Collective
directed by Gala Goliani
starring Abigail Wilson, Kojo Asiedu, Billy Mayo, Natalie Shaheen (as [Natalie Pero), Ronnie Clark, Martin Simone, Michael Anthony Rosas, Steve Humphreys, Ted Shred
written by Gala Goliani, music by Samuel Jones, Alexis Marsh

short, TV-series

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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World War III has been fought, with no winners and leaving the world a wasteland, with any order there once might have been replaced by anarchy. Adena (Abigail Wilson) is a drifter who wants revenge on two people, Bruce (Billy Mayo), the man who had once enslaved her, and his son Xavier (Kojo Asiedu), who had, under his father's guidance, raped and impregnated her. The first part of her plan to do so is actually fairly easy, she takes Xavier hostage and barricades herself inside a house with him, waiting for Xavier's gangmates to fetch Bruce - but while waiting she learns more about Xavier, learns that he's not the monster she has made him out to be but a human being with feelings who was as much a slave of his father as she was, and only forced into raping her. With all that new knowledge, Adena can't follow through with the second part of her plan anymore, to kill Xavier in front of his father. But that loses her Xavier as a bargaining chip as well, and how can she stand up to Bruce and his goons now?


Nice post-apocalyptic thriller that in many ways resembles a western, both in terms of aesthetics and narrative, and has a roughness that serves both genres well - and yet at the heart of it, Red Rider is more of a morality tale, one that questions the very concept of revenge at the center of the story, and the eye-for-an-eye mentality as such (that might just as well have led to World War III that destroyed the world of the film but is never properly explained - not that it needed to be). That said though, this is still a tense thriller held together by a tight directorial effort and solid performances - but a thriller that might also make you think ...


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