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Falling Through (2000)

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Loyalties are divided when an internal affairs officer learns that those closest to him are running a black market passport ring.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
James West ...
Groom
Marjo Baayen ...
Bride
Eric Connor ...
Poletch
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Peter
...
Earl
...
Kateryna
...
Ambassador
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Embassy Agent
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Lou
...
Linda (as Nadia Cameron)
Carrie O'Brien ...
Ambassador's Assistant
Sharon Mann ...
Sally (as Lee Danner)
Steve Nicolson ...
Dmitri
Patrick Dean ...
Businessman
Chris Anthony ...
Immigration Officer #1
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Loyalties are divided when an internal affairs officer learns that those closest to him are running a black market passport ring.

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Crime | Thriller

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28 June 2000 (Argentina)  »

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rid of most clichés
12 March 2001 | by (Mountain Mesa, California) – See all my reviews

Directed by the talented Englishman, Colin Bucksey, this film is plotted about a State Department investigator who is supposed to prepare a heightened security plan for the U.S. Embassy in Paris, and who deals with determined efforts from varying sources to foil him. There are real attempts to avoid tired formulae, and the viewer enjoys the feeling that there is a concept, or point of view, at hand, although the mid-portion becomes somewhat hackneyed as a sop to "action" devotees. Although the principal acting quartet is adequate, despite the recently acquired and oddly accented English of Ekaterina Rednikova, thespian honours must go to the charismatic Steve Nicolson, whose relationship between him and his family members is nicely ambiguous. Cinematographer Peter Sinclair, along with Bucksey, are able to place some original and interesting shots throughout the early segments of the work, and the rather unexpected final results of all the slapdash goings-on justify more than one viewing.


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