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|Starring:||Penelope Ann Miller, Dean Stockwell, Henry Thomas, Dean Stockwell|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||16 Jul 2007|
|Dubbed:||French, Italian, Czech|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, French, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Turkish, Italian, Romanian, Slovene|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Worth watchingBy Debbie Gore from Merseyside , 16 Aug 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Didn't know any of the cast so was pleasantly surprised. the opening 5-10mins has you wondering what it's all about but in a good way. Good film well worth watching as little bit different.
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just great movieBy Juicypefkos (87 reviews) from Reading , 10 May 2008Laura (Penelope Ann Miller) loses her family in a tragic fire while living in Spain. Just as she prepares to return home to the States, a member of the American embassy (Henry Thomas) provides proof that it wasn't an accident. Laura decides to stay and uncover the truth about her family's death, a decision which soon places her own life in jeopardy as she becomes embroiled in murder, stolen diamonds, cover-ups, and the Colombian mob.
watchableBy a customer from prenton , 03 Apr 2008ok! bit of ham acting .plot worked out quite soon ,nothing out of the ordinary.watch if really owt else to watch.
Surprising Good !By Icklestar (34 reviews) from Derbyshire , 21 Mar 2008Wasnt expecting a good film, after reading the bad reviews, but me and my partner thought it was good, acting not too bad. Good story line with a few twists. Not an oscar awards film, but worth a watch .
shockingly badBy a customer from uk , 30 Jan 2008beyond dissapointment - binable
Could have been a good film, but...By zoe harcombe from Wales, UK , 05 Jan 2008This had all the ingredients of being a good film, but it ended up being one of the worst I have ever seen. I tried to analyse why and the best thought I could come up with was that the daft photography flash back stuff, which kept going on, simply served to remind you that you were watching a film. This left the viewer totally disengaged, to the point that I had no feelings for the characters at all. Some were in danger, some died, but I really couldnt care less about any of them. This film makes you realise how good decent film producers are this one should go back to school!