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Enemy (1998)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 31 March 1998 (USA)
In the near future, a black presidential candidate is assassinated, igniting a race war that leaves the inner cities desolate. A female reporter tries to make sense of the war and of two ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Cloe Hopson ...
Laura Nemaco
Richard Lasky ...
Morgan
William Moore ...
Hadid
Beryl Jones ...
Daniel Justin
Chari Kay ...
The Boss
Robert Ruckstuhl ...
Lee
Barry Saxon ...
White Censor
Jonathon Franklin ...
Black Censor
Morris Everett ...
Scavenger with gun
Anthony Washington ...
Scavenger with brain
Thom Tyler ...
Scavenger without
Tracey Brown ...
Secret Service Agent #1
Skjalg Molvaer ...
Secret Service Agent #2
Charles T. Hopson ...
Justin Rally Speaker
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In the near future, a black presidential candidate is assassinated, igniting a race war that leaves the inner cities desolate. A female reporter tries to make sense of the war and of two participants in particular; one black and one white. Written by William M. Johns <wmjohns@ncweb.com>

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Your Race is Your Army, Your Color is Your Uniform, And Anyone Different is Your ... Enemy See more »

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$25,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Laura: Is it real if nobody sees it?
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Ok it Sucks!.... It Bites the Big One!.... however...
31 August 1999 | by (Cleveland, OH) – See all my reviews

I apologize to the filmaking community for I shot the thing... I needed the money... I was broke.... I didn't mean to hurt anyone... ya gotta believe me! Anyway, the entire fiasco.. er I mean film, was shot for 15k and because we blew stuff up and had helicopters (donated by the National Guard), it got picked up by clever distributers who screwed the producers and packaged the film with other 'urban tales' and sold it to Blockbuster and Hollywood Video. I'm sure the buyers never even saw the film. They just saw the tagline and the video box and bit. I'm sorry if you were one of the hapless viewing victims and if it's any consolation, the producers didn't make a dime, they were fleeced by the industry, and sold cheap in hopes of broadcast sales (as if!). Anyway, 'somebody' made a killing, and as usual it wasn't the ones who worked hard on it... it was the suits! Hope our next one is better, Happy Viewing!


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