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Love in Ambush (1997)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama | Romance  -  28 February 1997 (France)
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Pascal Lasalle
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Shelley Kincaird
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Eddie Norton
Bernadette Lafont ...
Madeleine Carver
Jonathan Schultz ...
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David Clendenning ...
Charles Carver
Grant Piro ...
Jon Kincaird
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Ieng
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Dina Padilla ...
Rath (as Dinna Padilla)
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Captain Keo
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Agent Price
Caleb Thomas Wolfe ...
Lawrence Lasalle
Josua Sacro ...
Kutchai
Víctor Santos ...
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correction on character
6 November 2006 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

i've seen the movie and this is just a correction on character - the "highlight" of the movie (plastic bag-over-the head of actor Jacques Perrine))....the nutty, radical Khmer rouge character who was in this scene is RATH not BE which was portrayed by DINNA PADILLA who now goes by the name DYNA PADILLA- HONE...having married TREVOR HONE, a television commercial director/cinematographer. He is currently with Production Village in Makati City. Both are happily based in the Philippines. It is a rather forgettable movie, unless you were in it as on-cam talent or off-cam staff. The Vietnam War movie genre is so passé. Anyway, yesterday's war is today's touristic destination. And yesterday's war is today's movie plot line. And it doesn't really bother me as a moviegoer.


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