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Australian Thriller TURBINES Tackles Xenophobia [Trailer/Poster]

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Trailer and poster for the upcoming Aussie thriller.

turbines film poster

Between Brexit in the UK and media fuelled anti-Russian sentiment in the US, it's not the greatest time for Slavic emigrants to the West. Seems things are no better in Australian either, as explored in directors Shane Borza and Igor Breakenback's Turbines.

The thriller stars Breakenback and Bianca Bradey as a pair of immigrants who relocate to a small town in rural Australia, only to find the bigotry of the locals isn't all they have to fear.

Turbines is set for an Australian release in October with details of a UK release yet to be announced.

Check out the trailer below.

The official synopsis reads:

When immigrants Attila and Jana resettle in a rural Australian town as part of a government policy to populate isolated areas, they consider themselves lucky. Although they must work on a wind farm in the middle of nowhere, they have each other, and soon, a family. Problems with narrow-minded locals, the isolation, backbreaking labor and immigration officials are the least of their worries when bad things begin to happen to the animals and people in town. As the situation escalates, and fear begins to motivate them, Attila and Jana begin to wonder – are the Turbines only onlookers or guilty of the unthinkable?