George C. Scott and William Petersen are expatriates living in Curacao. Their bound together by an understanding that each is hiding from a dangerous past.

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Cornelius Wettering
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Seemuller
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Rose
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Diana
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Jan
David Dunard ...
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Worthy Hsung (as George Kee Cheung)
Larry Stewart ...
Joshua
Larry Bucklan ...
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Gilbert John Sparen ...
Davy
Orlando Cuales ...
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The island of Curaçao was discovered in 1499 by Alonso de Ojeda, one of Columbus's lieutenants. The inhabitants were Indians of huge physical proportions therefore aptly called "Isla de los Gigantes" or (Islands of the Giants). Within 20 years, the name Curaçao appeared on a Portuguese map. The island remained Spanish until the Dutch conquered it in 1643. Written by Anonymous

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Intrigue, Mystery, Passion...Murder. Just Another Day in Paradise. See more »


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27 June 1993 (USA)  »

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The procucer of this movie arranged that it was shot in its entirety on Curaca. With a budget of US$ 7,000,000+ it was the most expensive production ever filmed on this location. See more »

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Strange Accents And Doesn't Go Anywhere
21 September 2005 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

What is wrong with CURACAO ( Also known as DEADLY CURRENTS though what the reasonn for the name change is I have no idea ) can probably be summed up where a woman says to her lover :

" Keep it down baby , I'm trying to sleep "

It's not the dialogue that's the problem or the way it's delivered , it's the fact the actress has has a Central European accent . Nothing wrong with that until it's revealed her character is from Philidelphia in the United States ! This what struck me about this thriller while watching it - The way accents don't match their characters . Apart from the Philly woman with a German accent we see a South African with an English accent , a local police chief who sounds like he's an Irishman impersonating a Gestapo officer and worst of all George C Scott playing someone who's either Dutch or British with an accent that sounds like it might be American tinged with South African . You soon give up following what's on screen and end up concentrating on what nationality a character might be due to the strange way they speak . It's interesting to note that this site hasn't given this movie a country of origin . With so many different actors from different countries you do feel that this was produced by the United Nations

Even if you're not curious about accents or dialects you'll probably have to give up following the action anyway because CURACAO is plot less . Things happen like a boat exploding , and a hostage situation and the hero being recruited as an agent for South African intelligence but you're left scratching your head wondering what the heck this is all leading to . I was lost


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