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  101 Films is pleased to announce the UK release of VENGEANCE, available on EST from 20th March 2017 and on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD 27th March 2017. Pre-order now from iTunes.

Niagra Falls police detective and Iraq war veteran John Dromoor (Nicolas Cage - The Rock) is flagged down by a 12 year old girl after she witnesses her mother, Teena, being brutally attacked and left for dead by a group of local men.

When the men are caught, their parents hire slick criminal defence attorney Jay Kirkpatrick, (Don Johnson - Django Unchained) who puts the focus on Teena's credibility, based on her sobriety and promiscuity. Shockingly her assailants are exonerated and released, even though the daughter's testimony should have alone been enough for a certain conviction.

In the aftermath of the verdict Dromoor grows increasingly close to the victim and her family, who he then discovers are being taunted and stalked by the freed men. The injustice becomes too much for him to take and fuelled by a sense of vengeance and his own personal demons, Dromoor sets out on a lone campaign to serve the justice the men deserve. That trailer is at the link above.
  Graeme Clark [8 Mar 2017 at 00:10]
     

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