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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 ...
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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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The color of your skin is the color of your uniform. See more »

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Action | Drama

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Not Rated
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31 March 1998 (USA)  »

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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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Performed by Zylus Tyler
Written by Kevin Duffy and Eileen Duffy
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So bad it hurt.
15 March 2000 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie is so bad that it literally was painful to watch. The most fantastic thing is how I got to see this movie. I rented it from Blockbuster. That meant I paid money. That meant Blockbuster's Buyer paid Blockbuster for it. Mustang Distributors made money by selling it to Blockbuster. How the hell does that happen. When you are a buyer it seems as if you should be purchasing a product for your company that 1)Your proud of the product. 2)You believe the customers you rent to will pay money and enjoy the movie you purchase. There is no way that Blockbuster could have believed either of the 2 cases above on this movie. OooooHHhhhhhhh, This movie was so bad. Stay away, or you'll have nightmares.


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