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My Mother, the Spy (2000)

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Cast

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Alison Shaeffer
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Gloria Shaeffer
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Rabbi / Gary Sutton
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Gustavo Vasquez
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Grandma
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Herb Kulcheck
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Peter
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George Trumbell
Marcus Hondro ...
Henchman #1 (as Marcus Leros Hondro)
Ken Camroux-Taylor ...
Marty Solow (as Ken Camroux)
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Arturo
Shawn Macdonald ...
Eric
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Henchman #2
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Hotel Clerk
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Waiter (as Ricky Cheng)
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Comedy

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8 May 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Anyám, a kém  »

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The horse Alison and Gary use to escape the hit men is black in color. In the next scene, however, it has been replaced with a brown one. See more »

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This film was great...
21 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

This film was great, I really enjoyed it. In particular, the script was excellent, the dialogue was really witty and fast-paced most of the time. This was brought to the screen very well by the attractive Jayne Brook whose character Alison goes straight into my list of all-time great movie characters, alongside the likes of Indiana Jones and Rollergirl. Other plus points included the silly-but-not-too-silly humour of the film and the clarity of the photography. I didn't care too much for the plot which seemed weary and contrived, but it was not meant to be a serious film and the script and leading actress were enough to keep me more than happy for an hour and a half.


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