Jamie Dornan Doesn't Know Who He Is in 'The Tourist' Series Trailer

February 10, 2022
Source: YouTube

The Tourist Trailer

"Where the hell is this 'stranger?'" HBO Max has revealed the first full trailer for their new mini-series The Tourist, originally made for BBC One and Stan in Australia. So - who is he? When a man wakes up with amnesia in an Australian hospital, he must use what few clues he has to discover his identity before his past catches up with him. In the first scene, the protagonist is driving through the outback pursued by a truck whose driver is trying to run him off the road. This stars Jamie Dornan as "The Man", plus an ensemble cast including Danielle Macdonald, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Genevieve Lemon, Alex Dimitriades, and Damon Herriman. As mysterious as this all is, the trailer pretty much reveals most of who he is - some kind of criminal involved in some kind of problem with other gangsters. It looks a bit like the "Fargo" series, with lots of dead bodies and shady characters showing up in a small town.

Here's the two official trailers (+ poster) for HBO Max's series The Tourist, direct from YouTube:

The Tourist Poster

After being run off the road, a man (Jamie Dornan) wakes up in an Australian hospital with amnesia. A single clue starts him along a frantic journey to remember who he is and why someone wants him dead. In the small town of Burnt Ridge, any news is big news, and not everyone can be trusted. Shifting alliances, uncertain connections, and dark truths lurk just within reach, as the harsh conditions of the Australian outback set the stage for a painful reckoning. The Tourist is a mini-series featuring episodes directed by Chris Sweeney (director of music videos and TV series "Back to Life" and "Liar") and Daniel Nettheim (of the films Angst, The Hunter; and TV series "Doctor Who", "Ash vs Evil Dead", "Tidelands", "Cursed"). Written by Harry Williams & Jack Williams. Produced by Lisa Scott. Developed by BBC One and Stan. HBO will debut The Tourist series streaming on HBO Max starting March 1st, 2022 coming soon. Look good?

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