In the 1980s and early 1990s, Australian and New Zealand filmmakers were preparing to leave their mark on America. Movies such as Crazy Max (George Miller) and Dead Alive (Peter Jackson) were considered cult classics imported into the state, but the tickets collected are good in the fiery southern hemisphere.

So was the fate of Fair play, a female-directed revenge thriller set outside Australia. Cinematographer Andrew Lesnie who won an Oscar for his work on Lord of the Rings shoot the movie.

Dark Star Pictures will release the Ozploitation classic Fair play on the big screen across North America!

A genuine Austrian classic, which would later inspire Quentin Tarantino Proof of death, Fair play is a wild revenge thriller set on the shore where Cassandra Delaney’s wildlife chief confronts three psycho-kangaroo hunters. Upset by the killing of kangaroos, they decide to kill the animals in the sanctuary and when they see how attractive the owner is, they decide to have some more fun with her. It turns out they could have a little more “fun” than they had shopping.

Fair play also starring Peter Ford, David Sandford, Garry Who and Don Barker.

Fair play will open in theaters on July 8th ahead of a digital release on July 12th. A physical release of the film is scheduled for August. There is still no information on where the show will take place.

NSFW trailer below:

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