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Terminator Woman (1993)

R | | Action | 30 June 1993 (USA)
Two martial arts-oriented cops (Sheperd and Trimble) track down a drug lord (Qissi).

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Sgt. Julie A. Parish
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Ashley Hayden ...
Ted Le Plat ...
Sgt. Fetz Deverenter (as Ted Leplat)
Siphiwe Mlangeni ...
Charlie
Len Sparrowhawk ...
Ree Marsales
Kimberleigh Stark ...
Lianna
Graham Clarke ...
Inspector Palan
Nikade Ribane ...
Hannan
Justin Byleveld ...
Benny
Kiki Architto ...
Geo
Dudley Du Plessis ...
Nathan
Isaac Mavimbela ...
Nalo
Robert Davies ...
Sgt. James De Jong
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Two martial arts-oriented cops (Sheperd and Trimble) track down a drug lord (Qissi).

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Rated R for strong violence including a rape, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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Alex Gatelee: You were to make sure the job was done. I pay you very well, Myra! Remember: you work for me!... I'll pay you an additional 40,000.
Myra Bolo: Rupees? Dollars?...
Alex Gatelee: Francs... French!
Myra Bolo: Swiss!
Alex Gatelee: Done.
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Body Talk
Written by Norma Helms & Mitch Bottler
Arranged by Bruce Cassidy
Sung by Jennifer Jones
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Pretty good film - FOR A MARTIAL ARTS DRAMA
21 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

Not a bad martial arts film. Fight scenes were good. Michel Qissi did a good job directing his first film without Van Damme. Story worked without foul language and too much blood. Screenwriter Jeanette Francessca has a good line to the story that works. IT would be great to see something else from her in the same genre. She likes the art and having strong women promenant. IT was definitely worth watching. I recommend the film to all drama and martial arts lovers.


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