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When Detectives Tori Lustigman and Nick Manning are assigned a brutal murder case they uncover evidence to suggest the killing is connected to a spate of unexplained deaths and disappearances of gay men that took place in the 80s and 90s. The killer is using THRUSTR to entice his victims and anyone using the App is now at risk. In reopening the cold cases the detectives reveal the hidden truth about the past murders, finally giving closure to the victims' families, and uncover critical evidence leading to the serial killer.

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Shawn Seet
Kris Wyld  Kym Goldsworthy
Miranda Dear  Darren Dale
Executive Producers
Sue Masters
Dir. of Photography
Bruce Young
Production Designer
Felicity Abbott
Noah Taylor - Yael Stone - William McInnes - Jeremy Lindsay Taylor - Craig McLachlan - Danielle Cormack - Ben Oxenbould - Fletcher Humphrys - Oscar Redding - Dan Spielman - Geoff Morell - Anthony Phelan - John Brumpton - Victoria Haralabidou - Simon Elrahi - George H. Xanthis - Simon Burke - Julian Maroun
Production Completion
Crime, Drama, Thriller
Production Company
Blackfella Films Pty. Limited
Australian Sales
Special Broadcasting Service
International Sales
DCD Rights

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