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For David Mann, an unremarkable drive across California turns into a deadly game of cat and mouse after he attempts to pass an oil tanker that's been hogging the road. Staying behind the wheel throughout, the driver of the tanker proceeds to terrorise the hapless Mann, who soon finds himself in a fight for his life. Although you never see the driver of the truck, he quickly develops into one of the most terrifying figures in movie history - that terror shared by Mann along every mile of his nerve-shredding journey.

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This film has one use of moderate bad language

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