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In first place, I am a great fan of the main "star" in this film -one of my favourite cop-thrillers- Joe Pantoliano shines at wisdom gained by one long career devoted to acting in small productions, TV series and indie movies. Of course he is not a conventional "star", he is a real actor turning into real characters in screen, like this one, specially memorable through the last two scenes, although I must say all this story is paced in a brilliant directing way by Avi Nesher. Very important the last performance of sadly deceased Wade Dominguez, Robert Townsend and Elizabeth Berkley, whom I hated her before this.
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