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Capt. Floyd Anderson
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Kaddy Havel (as Kasia Figura)
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Chase Parrish
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Dalton Parrish
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Chase Parish seeks refuge with his young cousin, Dalton, after escaping from prison and launching a one-man cop-killing spree. Chase ultimately persuades Dalton to commit a daring crime, and then betrays him when faced with an army of vengeful L.A.P.D. officers. Written by Anonymous

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21 May 1996 (USA)  »

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gritty low-budget urban crime story
22 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A compelling performance by James Wellington as the antagonist lifts this film from the doldrums. As Chase Parrish, Wellington frightens and excites. A good film if you like crazy bad guys. Otherwise, the photography is also very good. Director Tim Everitt did a nice job doubling as cinematographer. The major weakness of the picture is the voice-over. Obviously recited by the lead actress, Kasia Figura, it is sometimes difficult to understand. The script manages to hold up with the assistance of a couple of nice flashback scenes. Michael Ironside also gives a decent performance as the lead detective. Patrick Tiller is sometimes interesting as the young Dalton, but is noticeably green in certain scenes. Marshall Bell is comic relief. Along with Wellington's performance, Robert Ragland's musical score is also first rate.


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