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  (in credits order)

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Alex Brooks

Arnold Vosloo ... Anton Simeonov
Ursula Karven ... Natalya

Eyal Podell ... Rudy

David Lea ... Mironov (as Dave Lea)

Joel West ... Zednik

Tim Thomerson ... Bill Barnes
Ed Cameron ... Leon
Michael Kagan ... Commissioner Dunn

J. Patrick McCormack ... Agent Rowe (as John Patrick McCormack)

Rodney Eastman ... Ricky
Chato ... Sanchez
Loren Dennis ... Marine #16

Michael Flynn ... Jeffreys

Frank Gerrish ... Bruno
Alisa Harris ... Lola

Stevie Johnson ... Jensen

Sean Marble ... Jesse
Ken McConnell ... Chief Engineer

Steve O'Neill ... Colonel Bennett
Dave Shipp ... Razvan

Scott Subiono ... O'Shea
Lance C. Williams ... Carl (as Lance Williams)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lonzo Liggins ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Yun ... Pilot (uncredited)

Directed by
Terry Cunningham 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul A. Birkett 
Terry Cunningham 

Produced by
Vince Ravine .... executive producer
Original Music by
Sean Murray 
Cinematography by
David Bridges 
Film Editing by
David Byron Lloyd 
David H. Lloyd  (as David Lloyd)
Casting by
Fern Champion 
Mark Paladini 
Production Design by
Mark Hofeling 
Set Decoration by
Les Boothe 
Costume Design by
True Cross 
Makeup Department
Gina Homan .... makeup department head
Pamela Johnson .... assistant makeup artist
Stephanie Scott .... makeup artist
Production Management
Larry Ferguson Jr. .... post-production supervisor
Christopher Kulikowski .... post-production supervisor
Audra Rodgers .... production manager (as Audra Cervantes)
Vicki L. Sawyer .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jason Rodgers .... second second assistant director
Louis Paul Tocchet .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Paul Drenning .... adr mixer
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... sound re-recording mixer
Stephen M. Galvin .... adr editor
Stephen M. Galvin .... dialog editor
Patrick M. Griffith .... supervising sound editor
Jeff Kimball .... boom operator
Steve McCarty .... sound editor
Chris Ostler .... sound recordist
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Noel Vought .... foley artist
John Peccatiello .... foley coordinator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Penny Anderson .... visual effects artist
Greg Astles .... digital compositor
Peter Hunt .... 3D artist
Ken Mitchel Jones .... technical director: Sundog Films
Stevie Ramone .... digital compositor
Jon Terada .... digital compositor
Robin Trickett .... visual effects coordinator
Wayne Trickett .... visual effects supervisor
Jane Austin .... stunt double: Natalya
Frank L. Bare II .... stunts (as Frank Bare)
John Brimley .... stunts
Bret Davidson .... stunts
James Gregory .... stunts
Tony Jefferson .... stunts
Brad Jessey .... stunt double: Alex
Billy Judkins .... stunts
Anthony Kramme .... stunts
Kurt D. Lott .... stunts (as Kurt Lott)
Bill McIntosh .... stunt engineer
Gary Paul .... stunt coordinator
Don Shanks .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Browning .... grip
Robert Conder .... camera operator
Robert Conder .... key grip
Jarom Ellsworth .... assistant camera
Brad Heiner .... key grip: second unit
John Hoffma .... grip
Joe Judd .... assistant camera
William Long .... grip (as Bill Long)
Peter Weiland .... best boy electric
Travis Zariwny .... assistant camera
Music Department
Thurane AungKhin .... additional composer: score
Other crew
Jason Capone .... post-production accountant
Michael Isaiah Collins .... production assistant
Michelle D. Dreier .... location manager
Terry Gaertner .... production coordinator
Jeff Gustafson .... production assistant
Torrence Hall .... armorer
Berry Hatfield .... key set production assistant
Adam Henderson .... production assistant
Mary Jo Manwill-Conder .... script supervisor
Kevin Thomas Roy .... production assistant (as Kevin Roy)
Kristina Santoro .... key assistant location manager: Utah
Aaron Lee Syrett .... liaison: film commission
Jordan Thau .... key production accountant
Mike Tristano .... armorer
Joanne Valdez .... production assistant
Spanky Dustin Ward .... production assistant

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Rated R for violence, language and some nudity
Brazil:94 min
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Not as terrible as I thought it would be, 18 December 2004
Author: london_mg from United Kingdom

I only bought this film with the hope to see Arnold Vosloo as a proper psycho villain again but like in most of his films he doesn't get much screen time at all which is very frustrating because he's the best thing in the film, in my opinion. The film is bad and totally unoriginal but it isn't as bad as I thought it would be. It's a bit like a big-budget American TV series. Some of the action is enjoyable because it's not done on the cheap as I expected but there is way too much deja-vu. Sean and Ursula do an alright job, although I'd have preferred them getting someone better looking and cooler to play Natalya (simply because she is supposed to be this enigmatic & beautiful character) and Sean hasn't got enough weight to carry the film on his own as the leading man, especially with someone like Vosloo as the villain. The hilarious bit of nudity was gratuitous and pathetic, but the actors make you forget it quickly enough, thank gowd! The "crazy, violent & unstable" Russian stereotypes are very outdated and preposterous but the actors play their parts well, especially Vosloo(apart from his accent) who always looks at best as the big villain with his stature and expressive face (although I cringed at some of his lines). Anyway, I suggest you don't waste money on this DVD, only perhaps if you are a fan of Sean's or Vosloo's because there are much superior action/terrorism alternatives out there.

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