R | | Action, Thriller
A young woman running an animal sanctuary in the outback takes her revenge on a trio of kangaroo hunters who terrorized her.
In an interview with director Mario Andreacchio, published in the 20th September 1998 edition of 'Signet', Andreacchio said: "'Fair Game'  came out of a situation where we were wanting to make a movie that was a B-grade video suspense thriller. I wanted to treat it like comic book violence - it was always like a comic book study of violence. What amazed me and the thing I found quite disappointing was that it started to become a cult film in some parts of the world and people were taking it seriously. And that, for me, became a real turning point. I thought, if people are taking this seriously, then I don't think I can make this sort of material".
The UK 1987 Embassy Home Entertainment video tape release had 57 seconds of BBFC cuts to remove shots of Cassandra Delaney having her clothes cut and shots of her breasts when she is tied to the car. Even with the cuts the movie was still classified by the BBFC with an 18+ certificate.