Biker Cary Ford is framed by an old rival and biker gang leader for the murder of another gang member who happens to be the brother of Trey, leader of the most feared biker gang in the country. Ford is now on the run trying to clear his name from the murder with Trey and his gang looking for his blood.
With Torque Björn Kämmerer continues his recent cinematic investigations into the intersection of abstraction and representation, geometry and motion. For Torque, Kämmerer has left domestic architecture behind, taking the camera out of doors to shoot on location. The film consists of a single continuous tracking shot across a series of converging railway tracks. The cinemascope image is subtly modulated by the gradual upward tilt of the camera slowly revealing a further extension of track. This double motion along two different trajectories originating from two separate axis creates a visual and perceptual tension between our experience of renaissance perspective, the expanding depth of field, and the two dimensional plane of the surface on which the image is projected, where the tracks can also be read as abstract shifting diagonal lines.
The AA Torque Show is a New Zealand television series about motor vehicles, mainly cars. The half-hour programme was first screened on TV ONE in 2005 and the second series is expected to be screened on Prime Television in April 2007. The show is presented by Roger Walker, Danny Mulheron and Aaron Slight. It is provocative, humorous and light-hearted in tone. AA Torque magazine is a publication produced by Fairfax Media which shares some contributors, editors and features with the TV show including contributions by the presenters themselves.
Car Torque is a South African television show produced by Hooper Productions, which deals with automotive journalism, including car reviews and analysis. It premiered on the 11th of April 2004 on SABC 3. The program format is generally straightforward and simple, preferring to review cars in a conversational, sedate way. It is co-hosted by columnist David Bullard.