Martial arts - Development 2015

Action/Martial Arts – In order to rescue his kidnapped ex-wife from corrupt oil-gangs a former secret agent has to go from the Himalaya to Siberia. Despite not being on his territory his crampons continue to be deadly. Exciting, spooky and very tough.

    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Martial arts
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • Duration
    • 100 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Thor KUNKEL
    • Writer(s)
    • Thor KUNKEL
    • Producer(s)
    • Sigi KAMML (Syrreal Entertainment GmbH), Christian ALVART (Syrreal Entertainment GmbH)
    • Synopsis
    • When his ex-wife Shanna disappears in an isolated Siberian swamp, Luk Drach (Mathis Landwehr), a former guerilla fighter, takes the chance to cope with his past and make peace with Shanna over the death of her son.
      Travelling on his own, Luk arrives in a frosty and hardly accessible landscape that is the territory of a bizarre outlaw family clan called the “Swamp Dogs”.
      Soon Luk figures out that they took Shanna hostage. Trying to rescue her, Luk puts himself in a situation that he can hardly handle, but there is no way back.
      Equipped with a perfect body and exceptional skills, he goes into war with the “Swamp Dogs”, leaving a path of destruction through the Siberian outback to rescue his beloved Shanna from a fate worse than death.
      TRESPASSER is way more than a fascinating and action packed road movie. Thor Kunkel has created a unique dystopian world captured in the Siberian swamps.
      Packed with deceptively lyrical, wry and darkly comic surrealism, which is typical for Kunkel’s work, the story takes us on a breathtaking journey into an unknown heart of darkness, where the former member of a mountain guerilla squadron is forced to walk the warrior’s path.
      Luk’s dark past as WHITE DEATH, a secret manhunter specialized on hunting down mountain rangers, is catching up with him. He has to fight the fight of his life… even though it is the swamp dog’s territory, it is Luk who lays down the rules.