When five women take part in a corporate hiking retreat only four come out on the other side.
As a result, Federal Agents Aaron Falk and Carmen Cooper head deep into the Victorian mountain ranges to investigate. The pair hope to find their whistle-blowing informant, Alice Russell, alive.
We are looking forward to watching Force of Nature in cinemas.
About the Film
The film is the sequel to the 2021 Australian box office hit The Dry.
Force of Nature Based on the Books
Both films are based on the bestselling series by Jane Harper. We will see Eric Bana reprise his character, Aaron Falk.
Bana will be joined by cast members Anna Torv (Mindhunter) as Alice Russell, Deborra-lee Furness (Jindabyne) as Jill Bailey, Robin McLeavy (Homeland) as Lauren, Sisi Stringer (Mortal Kombat) as Beth, Lucy Ansell (Utopia) as Bree and Jacqueline McKenzie (Romper Stomper) as Federal Agent Carmen Cooper.
Jeremy Lindsay-Taylor is back in the role of Erik Falk, alongside Richard Roxburgh as Daniel Bailey, Tony Briggs as Ian Chase and Kenneth Radley as Sergeant King.
Produced by Bruna Papandrea, Jodi Matterson and Steve Hutensky of Made Up Stories, alongside Eric Bana for Pick Up Truck Pictures and Robert Connolly for Arenamedia. Ricci Swart, Meryl Metni, Andrew Myer, Robert Patterson, Andrew Bassat, Joanna Baevski, Hayley Baillie, James Baillie, and Roadshow Films’ Joel Pearlman and Edwina Waddy are executive producing.
The Dry Film Success
Released in 2021, The Dry became one of the highest-grossing Australian films of all time, taking in over AUD$20 million at the box office.
Force of Nature received a major production investment from Screen Australia in association with VicScreen.
About Force of Nature
Director: Robert Connolly
Starring: Eric Bana, Anna Torv, Deborra-lee Furness,
Robin McLeavy, Sisi Stringer, Lucy Ansell, Jaqueline
McKenzie, Jeremy Lindsay-Taylor, Richard Roxburgh,
Tony Briggs, Kenneth Radley
Running time: 112 mins
Force of Nature will be coming to Australian cinemas soon.