Dawn Patrol (2014)


Dawn Patrol (2014)
Stranded (original title)

When a blue-collar surfer avenges his brother's murder, he discovers he killed the wrong man by mistake and joins the Marines to escape his past, only to face it at gunpoint upon his return to the US, when he must survive a grieving mother bent on revenge.
IMDb   4.7 /10
Metacritic   24 %
TheMovieDb    5.2 /10
Director Daniel Petrie Jr.
Writer Rachel Long
Writer Brian Pittman
Release Date2015-06-04
Runtime1h 28min
GenreDrama, Thriller
Content RatingNot Rated (Not Rated)
AwardsAwards1 nomination
CompanyEnderby Entertainment
Sheliaas Shelia
Donnaas Donna
Laura Riveraas Laura Rivera
Trickas Trick
Kevieas Kevie
Vickias Vicki
Matt Meola
Matt Meola
Garyas Gary
Cecilas Cecil
Frankie Stone
Frankie Stone
Jeanetteas Jeanette
Charlesas Charles
Maceas Mace
Butleras Butler
Photogas Photog
Archer Moller
Archer Moller
Ben Jr.as Ben Jr.

Dawn Patrol (film)

Dawn Patrol is a 2014 American thriller film directed by Daniel Petrie Jr. and written by Rachel Long and Brian Pittman. The film stars Scott Eastwood, Rita Wilson, Kim Matula, Chris Brochu, Julie Carmen and Jeff Fahey. The film was released on June 5, 2015, by Alchemy.


John (Scott Eastwood) is a surfer who, after avenging his brother's murder, discovers he has killed the wrong man and joins the Marine Corps to escape his past. This will come to haunt him even here, in a distant desert, where the protagonist will have to survive a sniper unleashed on his trail.


  • Scott Eastwood as John
  • Rita Wilson as Shelia
  • Kim Matula as Donna
  • Chris Brochu as Ben
  • Julie Carmen as Laura Rivera
  • Jeff Fahey as Trick
  • Gabriel De Santi as Miguel
  • James C. Burns as Kevie
  • Dendrie Taylor as Vicki
  • Matt Meola as Gary
  • Miles Elliot as Cecil
  • Frankie Stone as Jeanette
  • Daz Crawford as Charles
  • Sean O'Bryan as Mace
  • Sewell Whitney as Butler
  • Archer Moller as Ben Jr.
  • David James Elliott as Jim
  • Sally Greenland as Michelle
  • Paul Zies as Dingy
  • Mauricio Mendoza as Detective Campana


The film premiered at the Austin Film Festival on October 25, 2014. The film was released on June 5, 2015, by Alchemy.