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Escape and Evasion will enjoy a wide release around Australia from March 5.
Storm Ashwood’s psychological action thriller will screen at 28 locations around the country including Tasmania. Sadly, WA audiences will miss out on seeing the explosive film on the big screen.
Josh McConville is brilliant as Seth, a lone soldier who returns home from a mission in Myanmar with traumatic PTSD.
Trying to save his relationship with his daughter and assimilate back into society, he’s pressed for questions by one of his dead soldier’s 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.
Escape and Evasion also stars Hugh Sheridan, Firass Dirani, Juwan Skyes, Bonnie Sveen, Rena Owen and Jessi Robertson.
Here’s a full list of cinemas screening Escape and Evasion.
Majestic Cinemas, Port Macquarie
Majestic Cinemas, Singleton
Majestic Cinemas, Kempsey
Majestic Cinemas, Nambucca Heads
Majestic Cinemas, Sawtell
Forum 6 Cinemas, Wagga Wagga
Empire Cinema, Bowral
Ritz Cinemas, Randwick
Metor Cinemas, Lake Haven
Metro Cinemas, Bathurst
Nelson Bay Cinemas
Saraton Theatre, Grafton
The Civic Centre, Gunnedah
Peninsula Cinemas, Rosebud
Regent Cinemas, Ballarat
Majestic Cinemas, Nambour
New Farm Cinemas, Brisbane
Ingham Picture Theatre
Maryborough Plaza 4 Cinemas
Bigscreen Cinemas, Hervey Bay
Wallis Cinem, Mt Barker
Wallis Cinema, Noarlunga
Metro Cinemas, Burnie
Ritz Cinemas, Randwick (SYD)
Tuesday 3rd March 2020 at 7pm
Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick (MEL)
Wednesday 4th March 2020 at 7pm
New Farm Cinemas (BRI)
Thursday 5th March 2020 at 6.30pm