“A cinematic tour of duty worth taking” is how critics described ESCAPE AND EVASION, the acclaimed new Australian film that exposes the dangers and complexities of modern warfare and the aftermath on soldiers when the fighting ends
After his men are killed on a secret mission in Burma, a lone soldier returns home in search of solace. Hiding a dark secret and confronted by an unrelenting journalist, he's forced to face the ghosts of his past one last time.
A lone soldier returns home from a mission in Myanmar with traumatic PTSD. Trying to save his relationship with his daughter and assimilate back into society, hes pressed for questions by one of his dead soldiers sister, who needs to know what happened on the mission. Facing the ghosts of his past, Seth has to overcome his own battles to be able to begin to move forward with his life.
- “The jungle scenes, shot in Queensland, are well staged and genuinely suspenseful and McConville's performance is impressive. The film was clearly made on a modest budget, and, taking that into account, it is pretty impressive.” – The Australian
- “…Escape And Evasion is a cinematic tour of duty worth taking.” – FILMINK (Australia)