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...a deadly game!
Lynette Walden and Chris Mulkey star in this action-packed ride through the sexy and dangerous world of flesh for sale and murder for hire... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Lynette Walden ... Angelica

Chris Mulkey ... George

Paul Ganus ... Tony

Jaime Gomez ... Drew

Morton Downey Jr. ... Michael Keating

Brook Susan Parker ... Didi
George Shannon ... C.H. Binder

Anders Hove ... Director

Scott Kraft ... Joey

Kamar de los Reyes ... Kickboxer
Reid Cruickshanks ... Jock

Ava Dupree ... Policewoman
Stephen P. Hart ... Kurt Svetter

Cole S. McKay ... Tattooed Man
Jacqueline Jacobs ... Sister Newton
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Beth Broderick ... Barbie Rodgers (uncredited)

Directed by
Amy Goldstein 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Amy Goldstein 
Scott Kraft 

Produced by
Brian J. Smith .... producer
Original Music by
Carole Pope 
Cinematography by
Daniel Berkowitz 
Film Editing by
Rick Blue 
Casting by
Carol Lefko 
Production Design by
John Myhre 
Costume Design by
Pilar Limosner 
Production Management
Don Daniel .... unit production manager
Art Department
Rebecca C. Crespi .... leadman/prop buyer
Candi Guterres .... on-set dresser
Mark Hofeling .... property master
Ed Anders .... stunts
Steve Hart .... stunts
Maria R. Kelly .... stunt double (as Maria Kelly)
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Don Dunn .... gaffer: second unit
Joseph M. Setele .... camera operator: "b" camera
R. Michael Stringer .... gaffer

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Rated R for strong violence and sexuality, and for language.


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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Watch it for entertainment, plus an interesting surprise, 6 April 1999
Author: Ben Kosse ( from Sandpoint, ID USA

While this film does have some very poor sound effects editing (silencers that don't, for example), it is far from a bad film, even though it's obvious it did not intend to be anything other than a B-movie.

What is most impressive is the female lead. Lynette Walden does a surprisingly good job portraying Angel, and she is the first clue that this was supposed to be a sex and action flick. However, she went far beyond that and actually made Angel at least a character, as well as someone with whom you sympathize.

Some of the sound effect editing is bad, causing the two main characters' guns to sound like some warped combination of an overloud laser blast and a normal gun, it's not that dreadfully distracting. Also, there is some silliness in part of the plot.

Again, let me point out that for a movie trying to be a B-grade show, Angel is one of the strongest female characters I have ever seen in a movie. She doesn't go whining off to her boyfriend every time she gets in trouble or gets hurt. A refreshing change from most movies which are supposed to have a heroine who can stand up for herself but ultimately requires the help of the hero.

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