A beautiful young artist moonlights as a syndicate killer.

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Angela de Vries
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Jeffrey Baine
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Roarke
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Doug Reynolds
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Buddy McCormack
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Eddie
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Webb
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At a Texas barbecue, a pretty woman chats up a wealthy rancher, and soon they're off on a horseback ride. Before she shoots him on an isolated road, she gives him a minute to reflect on who he might have offended on his rise to the top. She's Angela de Vries, a contract killer based in L.A. She wants this to have been her last job; her contractor wants one more death, a national union leader, made to look like an accident. She starts her homework on this mark. Meanwhile, in her private life, she's in love with a budding photographer. Is there any way that she can get out of the game and have a full love life? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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And she never misses

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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8 October 1974 (USA)  »

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Hit Lady: Deadly Game  »

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"Well you must have upset someone, or else I wouldn't be here"
18 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

Yvette Mimieux looks gorgeous and gives a fine, understated performance as a contract killer who methodically seduces her targets, waits until they have let their guard down, and then strikes - lethally. But problems arise when she decides that she wants to quit the business. What I particularly liked about Yvette's performance here is that she presents the character and lets the viewer decide how he or she should feel about her. She doesn't force-feed you the answers, and neither does the movie. It proceeds economically from scene to scene, telling a seemingly simple story, but the unexpected twist at the end of it has real impact. Be warned: it's not an action movie (though there is one car chase), it's more of a character drama. (**1/2)


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