A doctor must follow the instructions on a drug dealer's beeper to rescue his kidnapped son.

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Zolo
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Inspector Julia Hyde
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Dr. Richard Avery
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Sr. Inspector Vijay Kumar
Stefan Djordjevic ...
Sam Avery
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Young Prostitute
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Indian Nanny (as Mona Chopra)
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Concierge
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Bookseller
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Sylvia
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Phone Man
Meghna Maheshwari ...
Woman in Sari
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Man at Brothel
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Kidnapper (as Tony Mirchandani)
Kumar Murukurchy ...
Heavy Set Man
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Richard Avery, whose young son is kidnapped while they travel in India. Embarking on a desperate quest to rescue him, and with a beeper providing his only lead, Avery seeks help from unlikely sources, including a drug lord and a beautiful but dangerous woman named Julia. Written by gavin@sunny_deol2009@yahoo.com

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Where Every Call Is A Close Call.

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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10 October 2002 (USA)  »

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In the opening sequence a drugs runner comes riding on on a bike. A sound is mixed in from a 2-stroke engine. When the drugs runner comes closer, it is clearly visible he is riding a 4-stroke bike. When he later tries the flee, he jumps on an other bike. That on is a 2 stroke. See more »

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Come On and Dance Everybody
Written by J. Peter Robinson, Bradford T. Ellis and Nick Vitalelli
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Where did Harvey and Joey Lauren go wrong?
23 July 2003 | by (Austin, TX) – See all my reviews

This movie starts downhill the moment we fly with our protagonist to India, which is a montage of canned footage and poor set designs. The enciting scene where Ed Quinn's son is kidnapped is shot in a gaudy rendition of an Indian convention center, with stereotypical Hindi designs and gold plating covering every wall and pillar. Quinn runs outside to see if he can find his son, and we cut to yet another canned shot of Delhi street life.

The film says it was shot in India. I cannot believe that anyone with a budget to shoot overseas would create such atrocious sets rather than shoot on-location. I cannot believe that any native Indian would take part in such a grotesque representation of the nation and its people. The script is predictable, and while Joey Laruen Adams and Harvey Keitel aren't bad actors, this story does their respective careers no favors.

I hate to be rude, because it is an accomplishment that this film went through production and distribution, but the best moment in the film is the fade to black. This film shows no respect to the nation of India or its people, nor to the tenents of a good script or good acting.


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