Blood Father: Mad Max star Mel Gibson returns in a new thriller

Blood Father soon out in cinemas and marks the return of Mel Bigson. A breathless thriller recently unveiled its first official trailer!

Mel Gibson was the sixth of eleven children (six girls and five boys) of Hutton Gibson and Anne Reilly Gibson. His mother is of Irish descent and his paternal grandmother, Eva Mylott, was an Australian opera singer. One of his brothers, Donal, is also an actor. In 1968, the Gibson family moved to Australia when Mel was twelve years old. In 1979, the successful action film futuristic Mad Max George Miller assures him worldwide fame. Follow two suites titled Mad Max 2 (1981) and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985).

Mel Gibson is not only an actor, but he is also a recognized director. In 1993, he began staging with The Man Without a Face, a drama in which he plays a disfigured hermit and marginal. With this experience, he is starred in Braveheart (1995) evocation of the life of William Wallace, hero and symbol of Scottish independence in the thirteenth century. This ambitious historical epic harvests five Oscars, including Best Film and Best Director, as well as the Golden Globe for Best Director.

For several years his anti-Semitic remarks and the controversy related to his film The Passion of the Christ took away from films and favor producers. Now, he returns with Blood Father, may be a way to give him a chance to return to the movies again.

John Link is not a tender: Ex-biker, ex-alcoholic, ex-con, he nevertheless gave up his bad habits and lives as a recluse in his trailer, away from temptation.

It is the unexpected call from his daughter Lydia, 17, who will make him reconsider his plans to keep quiet ...

The latter arrives home after years of absence, pursued by drug traffickers following a robbery gone bad.

When the cartel members come knocking on the door of John, they have no idea who they are dealing with...