An American family decide to take a trip to the Australian outback to try and rehabilitate their teenage daughter. After they have stopped to set up camp for the night, they run into a local who happens to save their sons life. After a nice meal by the fire they soon discover the local isn't all he seems. After savagely slaughtering all but the daughter, he chases her and eventually shoots her dead. - or so he thinks.
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On their drive to the motel Sullivan Hill and Eve Thorogood talk about the Bruce Springsteen
album "Nebraska" (1982). Hill says how much he liked it as a kid and Eve tells him that her father, who had just been murdered, felt the same way. A few scenes later Eve bids farewell to her family at the memorial site, set up at the scene of the crime, by singing an a capella version of Springsteen's "I'm on Fire". The song is not included on "Nebraska" though, but on its 1984 follow-up "Born in the U.S.A.". See more
So, uh, what's your line of work, sir?
Me? Oh, I shoot pests. You know, feral animals, ah, pigs, donkeys, camels, tourists.
References Taxi Driver
Who Killed Cock Robin?
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