Layers of doc and drama make this film intriguing but not hugely involving, partly because it gives away the ending and partly because we're put at such a distance from the action. But it does get us thinking about the issues it raises.

While on holiday on the Isle of Mull, a group of five hunters is attacked by anti-hunting activists who videotape their assault. Each is stripped to their underwear and left in an isolated landscape, then hunted like animals. Their main target is a high-profile hunting advocate. As the five (Best, Dexter, McDermott, Calthorpe and Duncan-Brewster) are interviewed, actors (Ashdon, Tennant, Boot, Kloska and Ifeachor) play them in a re-creation of their harrowing ordeal.

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