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Composed by Barry White, Tony Sepe and Sterling Radcliffe
Performed by Barry White
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Very good movie highlighted by the acting performances
This movie is basically carried by the two leads (particularly Asia Argent, daughter of Dario Argento) and by Rupert Everett in a supporting role. The script is average and the plot a tad too obvious at times, but Argento catches fire on camera and does a very good job. If you like action-thrillers, by all means watch thi one. Recommended.
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