A foreign traveler (Paul Walker) unknowingly picks up a rental car that will tie him to a web of corrupt local police.
A recently paroled man unwittingly picks up the wrong vehicle, having just got off a long haul flight. He soon realizes that he is the target of an entire police force that will use any means necessary to stop him and the tied-up female passenger he discovers in the trunk, from getting to the courthouse to testify against top-to-bottom corruption.
Funded by a production company in Japan, filmed in South Africa, Paul Walker, an American actor, headlines the movie Vehicle 19.
Vehicle 19 was released in movie theaters in Japan in January 2013.
American actors are not just Hollywood commodities anymore. And foreign movies featuring American actors are becoming more popular.
The teaser movie below poster reads: A film by Mukunda Michael Dewil.
That is a complete waste of ink, as Mukunda Michael Dewil will not help in the selling of even one ticket to the movie. It is time that movie studios stop printing the names of and mentioning the names of F-list directors in ads.