Police Inspector Paul Fein (Bronson) copes with family troubles while also dealing with the possibility of advancement to police chief. Meanwhile, his son (Joe Penny)) is investigating the murder of a banker.
Wifes and children of the Mormon Orville Beecham become victims of a massacre in his own house. The police believes the crime had a religious motive. Orville doesn't give any comment on the... See full summary »
J. Lee Thompson
Trish Van Devere,
The family of cops is back, this time dealing with the murder of a priest tied in with the Russian Mafia, who proceed to try to draw the family off the case. Written by
Shane Conway <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In this next to last film for Charles Bronson and the second in the Family Of Cops series, Breach Of Faith shows an old Bronson now playing a grandfather, not unlike John Wayne in his last decade. Face it the man was 76 years old when he did this film. What were people expecting? Clint Eastwood has certainly acknowledged his age in those few times nowadays that he goes in front of the camera.
The Feins are involved with an execution style killing of a priest, someone who was of the Catholic faith went to confession that the big Russian mobster in Milwaukee is afraid the beans will be spilled. Not likely that's about to happen, but it's emphasized that Russians are paranoid and suspicious by nature, none more so than their criminals.
But I refuse to believe they would be going after the police and their families. Even they know that's asking for trouble.
Not a good one for Mr. Bronson.
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