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Release Date:
27 February 1996 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
In a high-tech world, it all comes down to the wire.
Plot:
A computer chip turns an FBI agent into a lethal weapon. | Add synopsis »
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Not quite as dreadful as it first seems. See more (3 total) »

Cast

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Shelley Andrews ... Juanita's friend #2
Paul Brandt ... Young Cell Guard

J. Cynthia Brooks ... Gina
Gerrie Buader ... Security Agent #5
Chris Buchanan ... FBI leader
Liam Cundill ... Security Agent #1
Jo DaSilva ... Sonya
Crispin De Nuys ... Surgeon #1
Liza de Villiers ... Bride
Frantz Dobrowsky ... Pablo (as Franz Dobrowsky)
Kurt Egelhof ... Chopper pilot

Gideon Emery ... Cell guard
Bill Flynn ... Juarez
Leslie Fong ... Ernesto
Anthony Fridjhon ... Gen. Arnaz (as Anthony Fridjohn)
Bryan Genesse ... Parker
Jessica Gilbert ... Nurse
Jakkie Groenewald ... Press agent
Sandra Hadley ... Juanita's friend #1

Gavin Hood ... Mike
Derek Houvette ... Security Agent #3
Lionel Hunter ... Bost
Mike Joyce ... Gen. Atwater
Trevor Kass ... Beefy Guard
Joe Lara ... Price
Edwin Mabhena ... Security Agent #7
Isaac Mavimbella ... Matinga
Bruce Millar ... Newscaster
Juan Myberg ... Security Agent #6
Pamela Nomvete ... FBI boss
Roberto Pérez ... Mendoza
Barbara Rubin ... Julio's Woman
Clive Scott ... Crocker
Larry Shakinovsky ... Treasury Agent #2
Jacqui Singer ... Surgeon #2
Prince Sunny ... Security Agent #4
Martin Vorweg ... Pilot
Adrian Waldron ... Security Agent #2
Thorsten Wedekind ... Treasury Agent #1
Darryl Werner ... Pablo's Bodyguard (as Darryll Werner)
Robert Whitehead ... Julio
James Whyle ... Gang Leader
Kryska Wilkowska ... Juanita
Gary Wright ... Groom
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Directed by
Mark Roper 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeff Albert 

Produced by
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Danny Lerner .... producer
Brigid Olen .... associate producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Itai Haber 
 
Cinematography by
Rod Stewart 
 
Film Editing by
Daniel Loewenthal 
 
Casting by
Christa Schamberger 
 
Production Design by
Raymond Wilson 
 
Set Decoration by
Victor Botha 
Lisa Hart 
 
Costume Design by
Ruy Filipe 
 
Makeup Department
Raine Edwards .... assistant makeup artist
Daphne Williams .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Marlow De Mardt .... production manager
Sophia Phirippides .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alan Robinson .... first assistant director
Andre Weavind .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Victor Botha .... set dresser
Dirk Buchmann .... property master
Zack Grobler .... set designer
Janet Lombard .... art department coordinator
 
Sound Department
Brian Frost .... sound designer
Nico Louw .... sound mixer
Brian Nicholas .... foley artist
David Pearson .... boom swinger
Juliet Phillips .... foley artist
 
Special Effects by
Rick Cresswell .... special effects supervisor
Gavin Meadon .... special effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Arthur Berezin .... stunts
Robert Bertaso .... stunts
Jeff Campbell .... stunts
Malcolm Cochrane .... stunts
Vadim Dobrin .... stunts (as Vadim Dorbin)
Wade Eastwood .... stunts
Craig Ginsberg .... assistant stunt coordinator
Keith Herrin .... stunts
Greg Hind .... stunts
Roly Jansen .... stunt coordinator
Lee-Anne Liebenberg .... stunts
Franco Mariola .... stunts
Cordell McQueen .... stunts
Harry O'Brien .... stunts
Reginald Mom Patsi .... stunts
Graham Press .... stunts
Raymond Sammel .... stunts
Paul Siebert .... stunts
Peter Spiropoulous .... stunts
Tyrone Stevenson .... stunt double: Mr. Lara
Neville Strydom .... stunt double: Mr. Genesse
Danie Van Rensberg .... stunts
Deon Van Schoor .... assistant stunt coordinator
Darryl Werner .... stunt double: Mr. Fridjhon
Kim Windo .... stunt double: Ms. Brooks
Zenny Yasbeck .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Lars Cox .... clapper loader
Harmon Cusack .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dennis Essenhigh .... key grip
Mannie Ferreira .... clapper loader: second camera (as Manoel Ferreira)
Dave Forbes .... third camera operator
Mohammed Jali .... sparks
Pam Laxen .... focus puller
Graham McFarlane .... focus puller: second camera
Joe Mnisi .... grip
Johannes Mokonyama .... dolly grip
Joe Mulaudzi .... grip
Robertson Nkwana .... assistant grip
Mark Rabe .... sparks
Fuzzy Skinner .... best boy electric
Joe Themba .... generator operator
Bruce Thomas .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julie Palmer .... stand-by wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Katherine Pienaar .... assistant editor
Jeanine Smal .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Bryan Genesse .... martial arts choreographer
Rozelle Vogelman .... continuity
Ingrid Winkler .... production coordinator
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Human Timebomb" - USA (original title)
"Live Wire: Human Time Bomb" - USA (alternative title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for non-stop strong violence and some language
Runtime:
98 min
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Not quite as dreadful as it first seems., 11 October 2000
Author: vkn from Amsterdam

The first few scenes make this look like a true recipe for disaster. Something like Tony Danza getting stuck in a sub-par John Woo movie (picture it...), with a seemingly stupid and predictable plot to go with it. But stick with the movie, and it becomes decent enough later on. The fighting and shooting scenes are very hard-hitting (one for the violence fans, then), and there's some clever enough camerawork in there. Even the plot turns out to be a little less hopeless than you first thought. Don't expect too much from this, but there's some decent enough beefy and violent entertainment to be found if you can look past the bad first impression this leaves.

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