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Howard J. Ford,
Anand Krishna Goyal
Michelle Wallace is a girl haunted by the demons of her past, having witnessed the brutal murder of her mother at the age of four. Sixteen years on she lives in a run-down boarding house looking forward to a future with her boyfriend away from the squalid life she has been leading. Michelle is befriended by her new neighbour, Charles Paskin, a mysterious middle-aged man. Unbeknown to Michelle, Charles is actually a British government assassin involved in a highly confidential operation. His mission is to retrieve government files about a top secret operation which has been stolen. He has been instructed to dispose anyone associated with these documents, but all is not as it seems. Through a bizarre turn of events, Michelle becomes embroiled in Charles's mission, and a fast-paced story of intrigue and suspense begins to unfold. Written by
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Distant Shadow is the second film directed by Howard Ford after 'Mainline Run' and he clearly has a grasp of the art. It should be noted that this film was reputedly made for just $90,000 and whilst the story is at times far fetched and could perhaps have been over developed, it is a testimony to low budget film makers, showing amazing action sequences and set pieces for such a ridiculously low budget.
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