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Linda Howard (novel)
Charles Lazer (written by)
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Release Date:
9 March 2001 (UK) See more »
Robert Cannon has had two misfortunes befall him, his brother has been killed and an important project... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Nick Mancuso ... Robert Cannon

Kelly Rowan ... Evie Shaw

Shari Belafonte ... Ellen Beecham
Winston Rekert ... Orrin Mercer

Eugene Robert Glazer ... Grant Shaw
Tom Haney ... Sgt. Macrae

Karl Bury ... Kevin Cannon
Tom Tasse ... Alec Ferguson
Matthew Marshall ... Boy
Nancy Regan ... Announcer
Ron Kronstein ... Dan

Directed by
Timothy Bond 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Linda Howard  novel
Charles Lazer  written by

Produced by
Jennifer Black .... executive producer
Gilles Bélanger .... producer
Kevin Lafferty .... line producer
Peter Lauterman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ian Thomas 
Cinematography by
Peter Benison (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Peter Light 
Production Design by
Alistair Macrae  (as Alistair MacRae)
Art Direction by
Emanuel Jannasch 
Set Decoration by
Patricia Larman 
Costume Design by
Terri de Haan 
Makeup Department
Elizabeth Kuchurean .... key makeup artist
Barb Moore .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Michael Mahoney .... production manager
Connie McKinnon .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Derek Filiatrault .... second assistant director
Malve Petersmann .... third assistant director
Mark Wallace .... first assistant director
Art Department
Daniel R. Bradette .... property master (as Daniel Bradette)
Richard Fraser .... construction coordinator
Gabriele Schnutgen .... key scenic artist
Jason Shurko .... set dresser
Sound Department
Alek Bromke .... adr assistant
Georges Hannan .... sound mixer
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Mark A. Owen .... stunt actor: Police Chief
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin MacNeil .... key grip
Robert J. Petrie .... gaffer (as Bob Petrie)
Ernest Spiteri .... first assistant camera
James Thibodeau .... electrician
Glenn Warner .... camera operator
Casting Department
John Buchan .... casting executive
John Dunsworth .... casting: Halifax
Sheila Lane .... extras casting
Clare Walker .... casting: Toronto
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Barbara Somerville .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Jason Irvine .... first assistant editor
Arlene Moelker .... colorist: dailies
Location Management
Rick Courtney .... assistant location manager
Dugald McLaren .... location manager
Transportation Department
Michael Sullivan .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Alison Dykes .... assistant to executive producer
Tracey Hatcher .... assistant production coordinator
Brenda Kulvietis .... accountant
Pamela Laycock .... production executive: Harlequin
Karla Morash .... production coordinator
Tania Rudolph .... stand-in
Heidi Schiller .... script supervisor
Michael Wamboldt .... marine coordinator
Darren Winter .... security coordinator

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95 min
Sound Mix:
Australia:PG | Australia:M (DVD rating)


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Now, now, now, it wasn't that bad..., 29 May 2005
Author: treighsea from US

Okay, I admit it, I approached this from the perspective of a Nick Mancuso fan. I'd never read any book at all by Howard, let alone this one, so I have to take the movie at face value. Beautiful scenery, appealing heroine Rowan, nice moments between her and Nick. I took the movie more as a study of how he changes throughout -- he starts out so stiff and rigid (Ultra Businessman) and ends up relaxed and charming, particularly in their dessert scene. Was it a cinematic masterpiece? No. Was he meant to be a dashing hero? Um, no; he got knocked out cold the first time up to bat with the bad guy, and in the end the police did all the hard work. Bad guy (creepy and menacing up to that point) gave up too easily; Shari Belafonte was oddly stiff -- and there were a lot of things left unclear, like how Cannon's brother figured out what was up in the first place. It was lightweight, yes, but it was hardly hate-worthy. I did get pretty tired of Nick pushing up his glasses, but on the other hand, was highly intrigued by the Mars Bar dessert. Hey. Take what you can get. And Nicky, well, he's still got it. So if you've never read the book (I still haven't) and you like Nick... g'wan. Try it. Hardly hurts at all.

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