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Windsor Protocol (1997)

Based on the novels by Jack Higgins, Kyle MacLachlan stars as maverick British agent Sean Dillon to uncover a plot to take over the presidency of the United States.

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Sean Dillon
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Catherine
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Sir Charles Ferguson
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Lenny
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Hardy's Aide
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Altina Morales
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Sir Reginald Welland
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Peter Pruitt
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Dr. Harold Flegg
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FBI Agent James K. Smith
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Jenkin
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Based on the novels by Jack Higgins, Kyle MacLachlan stars as maverick British agent Sean Dillon to uncover a plot to take over the presidency of the United States.

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A fallen evil empire is about to rise again. Only one man can stop it.

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Rated R for violence, some language and nudity | See all certifications »
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When Sean Dillon leaves Montreal to go to the Miami strip club he is still in Montreal as all the business signs are still in French. See more »

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bit of a let-down!
27 October 2001 | by See all my reviews

I felt the plot seemed interesting (although preposterous): the film seemed to have a good cast (although I admit not having heard of Macha Grenon before!), but the acting seemed disappointing, somewhat leaden, giving the general result of the film being a bit of a let-down for one's money!


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