Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Michael Greenspan|
|Produced by||Kyle Mann
|Written by||Christopher Dodd|
|Music by||Michael Brook|
|Edited by||Wiebke von Carolsfeld|
|Distributed by||IFC Midnight Films|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Box office||$8,020 |
A man, referred to in the movie only as "Man" (Adrien Brody), wakes up, severely injured, in a wrecked car in the bottom of a ravine. He has a broken leg, and is suffering from amnesia. He hallucinates about a woman finding him. After a few days of being stuck in the position, he manages to escape the car.
In the car, he finds several bags of money and a loaded revolver. Hearing on the car radio about an armed robbery by a man named Raymond Plazzy, and finding a credit card in his pocket with Raymond's name on it, he assumes that he is Raymond Plazzy, and that he committed the robbery. A dog appears, and the man follows it into the woods. He eventually finds a working cell phone, but cannot obtain a signal in the woods.
Frequently hallucinating about the woman, he finally shoots her with the revolver after realizing the hallucination led him back to the car. He then decides to get out of the ravine. After crawling for days, he finds a road and a dead body with a driver's licence that says Raymond Plazzy. He then pieces together what happened to him: He was running errands with his wife (the Woman) when he witnessed an armed robbery and was taken hostage by Raymond, and they were driving down the road and arguing about the situation. He used the moment, grabbed the wheel, causing it to crash. The man now has a cell phone signal, and calls for help.
The man is picked up by a forest ranger. He waits to get the dog in the truck, but the ranger says that there is no dog there. He enters the truck and looks out as the scene blacks out.
- Adrien Brody as Man
- Caroline Dhavernas as Woman
- Ryan Robbins as George Weaver
- Adrian Hughes as Raymond Plazzy
- Adrian Holmes as Man in the Woods
- Lloyd Adams as Eric Stapleton
- Mark McConchie as Security Guard
- Jacob Blair as Park Ranger
Wrecked received mixed reviews from film critics. Rotten Tomatoes rates the film with a 50% positive score, based on 24 reviews. Metacritic gave the film a score of 61 out of 100, based on 10 reviews.
The film had a Global Premiere on 15 October 2010 at the Emirates Palace Hotel as part of the Abu Dhabi Film Festival. The film was warmly received by the audience, and was followed by a Q&A session with the director, writer, producer and Adrien Brody where they revealed that the film was shot in just 18 – 20 days.