Adrift Trailer

Adrift Trailer (1993)

"IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OCEAN, THERE ISN'T ANYWHERE TO HIDE" 13 April 1993 93 mins

Katie and Guy take a sea cruise in their sailboat and discover a couple on a wrecked boat, victims of a brutal attack by their crew. They take Eliza and Nick on board. The new boarders appear nervous about returning to Honolulu, and when the boat's engines die and other little incidents occur, Katie and Guy start wondering whether the shipwrecked couple are what they appear to be.

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Cast

Kate Jackson

as Katie Nast

Kenneth Welsh

as Guy Nast

Bruce Greenwood

as Nick Terrio

Kelly Rowan

as Eliza Terrio

Elizabeth Hawthorne

as Party Guest 1

Blue André

as Party Guest 2

Amber-Jane Raab

as Julie Nast

Jeff Boyd

as Adam

Jonathan Goodwill

as Man in Boat

International Releases Dates

New Zealand 13 April 1993

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06 August 1993

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27 August 1993

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28 May 1993

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12 December 1993

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09 October 1993

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Striking Distance Trailer (1993)

17 September 1993

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Schindler's List Trailer (1993)

29 November 1993

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Rising Sun Trailer (1993)

30 July 1993

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Mrs. Doubtfire Trailer (1993)

24 November 1993

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Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday Trailer (1993)

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