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Stiletto Dance (2001)

Two undercover police officers must try to prevent a multi-million dollar nuclear arms deal among several mob factions.



(as Alfonse Ruggiero Jr.)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kit Adrian
Jay Flowers
Anton Seaberg
Captain Rick Sands
Peter Batakliev ...
Binky Zotov
James Launcher (as Justin Louis)
Rick Tucci
Stephanie Biddle ...
John Ng ...
Ani Hai
Houston Wong ...
Frank Fontaine ...
George Toba
Eric Hoziel ...
Mr. Bey
Kliment Denchev ...


Undercover detectives Kit Adrian and Jay Flowers have, as ex-cons, won the trust of immigrated Russian ex-communist crime lord Anton Seaberg. Captain Rick Sands gives them permission to go to extraordinarily lengths, even eliminate other criminals, because Anton stole enough plutonium from Chechenia to sell to terrorists. FBI agent Simi Aberts is captured while observing Anton, ignorant of the undercover operation. As if that weren't dangerous enough, Kit has an affair with Lena, Anton's trusted torturer-executioner Rolfe's daredevil wife. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Action | Crime

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Rated R for strong brutal violence, strong sexuality/nudity, pervasive language and some drug use | See all certifications »





Release Date:

8 June 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Horos thanatou  »

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1.33 : 1
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"You don't trust Anton?"
29 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

Stiletto Dance was a made for HBO movie. HBO is known for its fine and large collection of self-made movies such as: "Rasputin" and "Hostile Waters". This film, while maybe not Oscar material, is a highly entertaining film none the less. The film centers around the Russian mafia of Buffalo, NY. The boss Anton, played by Shawn Doyle,is the most intriguing and entertaining character. This film was my first experience with Doyle, who delievers a marvelous performance. He gives Anton a powerful and dangerous, yet elegant and wildly entertaining personality. Anton's rants are early and often, and provide some of the most amusing elements of the film. Doyle (Anton) makes the littlest actions seem essential, for without him the film wouldn't be nearly as good. Anton is crazy yet calculated in his actions planning to sell a nuclear device to the Albanians for $100 Million. The film leads up to this after showing various examples of "heavy work". Anton plays the field making deals with rival organizations only to later break any and all ties. "You don't trust Anton?" The film also featured Eric Roberts, as the seasoned undercover veteran. Roberts actually does a good job with the role. Bringing together various factors to create a complex and multi-dimensional character. He is a healthy blend of a dedicated officer combined with a more evil, diabolical side. The film plays host to a wide range of action. It offers a more refreshing plot line than similar films. Overall, you will be entertained and amused by this film. Doyle's performance more than warrents a viewing by itself. 3 out of 4 stars.

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