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The Contract (1999)

An ex-black ops assassin, Luc, is set up and killed by an up and coming governor because he has information that could jeopardize the governors election chances. Luc has brought up and ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurent Imbault ...
Luc
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Hannah
Jon Jordan ...
Big Boss
Blair Johannes ...
Big Boss Suit #1
Sergiu Danalache ...
Big Boss Suit #2
Christopher Sharp ...
Big Boss Suit #3
Brat Eluta ...
Big Boss Suit #4
Robert Legedza ...
Limo Driver
Susan Heinzig ...
Newscaster
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Senator Harmon
Matthew Olver ...
James
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Jimmy (as Vito Tassielli)
Claudine de Jong ...
Alida
Jay Ould ...
Mr. Wellington (as Jason Ould)
Gordon Short ...
Bodyguard
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Storyline

An ex-black ops assassin, Luc, is set up and killed by an up and coming governor because he has information that could jeopardize the governors election chances. Luc has brought up and trained his best friends daughter as a skilled killer and work-partner. She is targeted by the government also, but turns out to be pretty damn difficult to kill. In order to save her life and avenge her life-long friend she must find his killers before they find her. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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They Killed Her Partner... But Made One Mistake... They Let Her Live.

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Crime

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29 May 1999 (South Korea)  »

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Le contrat  »

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Goofs

Luc, a professional assassin, kills 3 men early in the film. Like all good killers she wore a pair of plastic surgical gloves for the occasion. The problem is after the shooting is over she proceeds to remove the gloves and leave them behind as she escapes via a nearby fire exit - leaving a perfectly good set of finger prints on the door knob. See more »

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References The Princess Bride (1987) See more »

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Music and Lyrics by Vivian George
Performed by Vivian George
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Nothing to recommend
15 May 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is bad & I mean awfully bad in every single aspect. The story of contract killers is old hat by now, This film must have been scripted by Western Union-------The next scene is telegraphed beforehand. The acting is below atrocious by all concerned especially by Billy Dee Williams....He either was on a controlled substance or in desperate financial straits to take this role of an Politician who is more corrupt than the assassins. Normally even in the worst films, there are good production values,nothing is even fair, not even the music & the sound is atrocious as well. Rating 1/2* 19 out of 100 points 1 on IMDb

JAY HARRIS------SIRBOSSMAN


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