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He's good at killing and even better at staying alive.
A former Marine sniper is lured back in on a top-secret mission to take out a Serbian general who is committing atrocities on the Muslim population... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Tom Berenger ... Thomas Beckett

Bokeem Woodbine ... Cole

Erika Marozsán ... Sophia
Tamás Puskás ... Pavel

Dan Butler ... Eckles

Linden Ashby ... McKenna
Barna Illyés ... Vojislav
Ferenc Kovács ... Zoran

Dennis Hayden ... Klete
Can Togay ... Captain Marks
Béla Jáki ... Scar Sniper
László Áron ... Shadow Figure
Lukács Bicskey ... Inmate
Zoltán Seress ... Nauzad
Tas Szöllösi ... Tony (as Tas Szöllösy)
Ben O'Brien ... Dan
Andrew Hefler ... Gus (as Andy Hefler)
Peter Linka ... General Valstoria (as Péter Linka)
Ákos Horváth ... Lieutenant

Ray Valentine ... Technician #1 (as Rae Valentine)

Matt Devere ... Technician #2
István Göz ... Roadblock Policeman
László Szili ... Pedestrian #1
Erzsébet Szloboda ... Pedestrian #2
Gabriella Suki ... Pedestrian #3
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Péter Behan ... Assault team member

Directed by
Craig R. Baxley 
Writing credits
Michael Frost Beckner (characters) &
Crash Leyland (characters)

Ron Mita (written by) &
Jim McClain (written by)

Produced by
J.S. Cardone .... executive producer
Scott Einbinder .... producer
Carol Kottenbrook .... producer
Péter Miskolczi .... producer: Eurofilm
Trish Moore-Berenger .... associate producer (as Trish Berenger)
Scott Putman .... line producer
Gábor Váradi .... producer: Eurofilm
Original Music by
Gary Chang 
Cinematography by
David Connell 
Film Editing by
Sonny Baskin 
Casting by
Shana Landsburg 
Esther Turan 
Production Design by
Dean Tschetter 
Art Direction by
Piroska Szabady 
Set Decoration by
Zoltán Horváth 
Costume Design by
Janie Bryant  (as Katherine Jane Bryant)
Makeup Department
Hildegard Haide .... key makeup artist
László Horváth .... key hair stylist
Fruzsina Nagy .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Scott Putman .... unit production manager
Dylan Tarason .... post-production supervisor
Maria Ungor .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Baxley Jr. .... second unit director
Zsuzsa Gurban .... first assistant director
László Kádár .... first assistant director: second unit
László Kádár .... second assistant director
Bogi Móricz .... third assistant director
Tamás Vass .... third assistant director
Craig West .... first assistant director
Art Department
János Czakó .... property master
Csaba Drótos .... construction stand-by
Peter Gantner .... set dresser (as Péter Gantner)
Gyula Herjeczki .... construction manager
Árpád Juhász .... construction stand-by
Attila Kiss .... property assistant
Péter Koronghy .... set dresser
Gábor Parányi .... set dresser
Zoltán Sárdi .... draftsman
Zoltán Tóth .... construction assistant
Ákos Zámborszki .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
David Beadle .... dialogue editor
Dicken Berglund .... adr mixer
Tom Bognar .... assistant sound editor
Zane D. Bruce .... foley artist (as Zane Bruce)
Kenneth R. Burton .... sound re-recording mixer (as Ken Burton)
Paul Clark .... sound mixer (as Paul 'Clackers' Clark)
Ryan Darden .... assistant sound editor
Jesse Dodd .... adr mixer (as Jesse K-D. Dodd)
Belage Etter .... adr mixer
Larry Goeb .... adr editor
Dave Hancock .... adr recordist
Nathan Hankins .... assistant sound editor
Patrick Hogan .... adr editor
Mark Kaim .... sound recordist
Gus Medina .... foley mixer
Brian Thomas Nist .... sound effects editor
Andre Perreault .... sound re-recording mixer
Dale W. Perry .... foley artist (as Dale Perry)
Kevin Roache .... assistant sound editor
Jeff Sawyer .... sound effects editor
Peter Schulteisz .... utility sound
Szabolcs Stella .... boom operator
Richard Taylor .... foley editor
Richard Taylor .... supervising sound editor
Chris Winter .... assistant sound editor (as Christopher Winter)
Special Effects by
Jeff Clifford .... special effects coordinator (as Jeffrey Clifford)
Ferenc Kardos .... special effects key
Gyula Krasnyánszky .... key pyrotechnician
László Pintér .... pyrotechnician
Casey Pritchett .... special effects coordinator
Kai Shelton .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Michael Adkisson .... digital optical supervisor (as Mike 'Mookie' Adkisson)
Steven Fagerquist .... digital effects artist
David Fred Masselink .... I/O coordinator (as Fred Masselink)
Kevin McVey .... I/O manager
Andrew Midgley .... digital opticals producer
Sal Migliore .... high def digitizing
Merysa Nichols .... digital artist (as Merysa Nicholas)
Vincent Nuñez .... digital artist
Kevin O'Neill .... main title design
Dave Piedra .... digital artist
Adam Stern .... lead composite artist
Craig Baxley Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Craig Baxley Jr. .... stunts
Ferenc Berecz .... stunts
Sandor Bertalan .... stunts
Zoltán Bodor .... stunts
Sándor Boros .... stunt double
Károly Elek .... stunts
László Imre .... stunts
Sándor Imre .... stunts
Bela Kasi .... stunts (as Béla Kasi)
Péter Katona .... stunt performer
Levente Lezsák .... stunts
Peter Linka .... stunts
Tivadar Mike .... stunts
János Oláh .... stunts
Domonkos Pardanyi .... stunt performer
Gabriella Suki .... stunts
János Szalóki .... stunts
László Szili .... stunts
Erzsébet Szloboda .... stunts
Hubert Szokol .... stunts
Béla Unger .... co-stunt coordinator
Béla Unger .... stunts
Ferenc Berecz .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Bela Kasi .... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Attila Csabai .... camera loader
Csaba Csuti .... grip
Dániel Decsi .... assistant camera: second camera
István Decsi .... focus puller: second camera
Lenka Dimitrovova .... focus puller
Egon Endrényi .... still photographer
Károly Fodor .... electrician
Szabolcs Galgóczi .... electrician
Szabolcs Galgóczi .... generator operator
Rudolf Graczer .... focus puller: second unit
Ákos Gulyás .... second assistant camera
Károly Kamerda .... first assistant camera: second unit
Gábor Kasza .... video assist operator
Tibor Kecskeméti .... grip
József Margit .... electrician
Goran Mecava .... Steadicam operator
István Ménkü .... grip
Tibor Oláh .... camera loader
Péter Pethõ .... gaffer (as Péter Pethö)
Michael Edison Satrazemis .... camera operator (as Michael Satrazemis)
Michael Edison Satrazemis .... director of photography: second unit (as Michael Satrazemis)
Károly Sipos .... best boy
Zsolt Speier .... grip
Atilla Szucs Sr. .... dolly grip
Zoltán Váradi .... assistant camera
Casting Department
Tamás Kertész .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
György Homonnay .... costume supervisor
Péter Kincs .... dresser (as Peter Kincs)
Gabi Komoróczy .... dresser
József Lender .... wardrobe master
Antonia Romeo .... assistant costume designer
Gábor Simkó .... dresser
József Varjú .... dresser
Jennifer Wolf .... costume production assistant
Editorial Department
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Ron Rauch .... assistant editor
Music Department
Gary Chang .... score mixer
Sherry Whitfield .... music editor
Transportation Department
István Bognár .... driver
László Kiss .... transportation coordinator
Zsolt Zászló .... production driver
Other crew
Gergö Balika .... production assistant
Eva Banhidi .... script supervisor
Kinga Baranyai .... production coordinator
Blake Busby .... title graphic design
Mitch Carter .... adr loop group
Mónika Csiszár .... assistant: Mr. Baxley
Ike Eisenmann .... adr loop group (as Iake Eissinmann)
Laura Forrest .... travel services provided by
Gergely Fülöp .... production assistant
Béla Gajdos .... armorer
Kathleen Gati .... adr loop group
Ross Helford .... production assistant
Ágota Horváth .... cashier
Zoltan Hrtko .... adr loop group
Endre Hules .... adr loop group (as Andrew Hules)
Cherie Hurwitz .... production assistant
Krisztina Kelemen .... script supervisor: second unit
Eszter Kerekes .... dialogue coach
Gusztáv Klados .... production accountant
Kinga Kovacs .... assistant accountant
Julie Landholt .... main title graphics (as J. Kathryn Landholt)
Steven Leone .... assistant: Mr. berenger
Istvan Mester .... location scout
István Pocsai .... production assistant
Dora Simko .... assistant to producers
Giancarlo J. Sini .... head production accountant
Iván Steiner .... armorer
Erzsébet B. Sánta .... production secretary
András Tóth .... location manager
Dean Wein .... adr loop group

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Also Known As:
"Sniper II" - USA (video box title)
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Rated R for violence and language
Argentina:91 min
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Continuity: After Cole has been shot by the "Scar sniper" he soon appears to have blood coming form his mouth. In subsequent shots, the blood appears and disappears.See more »
Cole:You oughta be on the recruiting poster. Join the Marines, travel the world, make new friends... and kill 'em.See more »
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21 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
How to make a pitiful and grotesque comedy out of an action movie, 2 May 2009
Author: L P from Bp.

Yes, it's not a historical drama, but credibility about the milieu is a must even for action movies, otherwise they may easily get ridiculous, like this one.

1. Hungary is (was) a neighbor to ex-Yugoslavia, but never part of it. So Hungary was also absolutely out of the ethnic conflicts and remained greatly neutral throughout.

2. We should imagine the whole movie happens in Serbia (the biggest of the successor-states of ex-Yugoslavia), however, everybody talks Hungarian, which doesn't even sound alike. (Serbian language belongs to the Slavic group of Indo-European family of languages, while Hungarian belongs to the Finno-Ugric group of Ural-Altaic family. Different grammar, different pronunciation, different intonation, different rhythm, not a word in common). It may not matter for the Americans, but Eastern Europe (even tens of millions in Western Europe) clearly understand the difference.

2/a. On top of this, the written Serbian is using Cyrillic letters, while Hungarian is using Latin letters (with certain vowels bearing special accents). Whatever is written in the street scenes of the movie - e.g. the "Szent Erzsébet" (Saint Elizabeth)statue in front of the cathedral - is written in Latin letters in Hungarian language.

3. The Serbians are basically orthodox catholic by majority, while the Hungarians are basically Roman catholic. The cathedral bearing a central role in the movie has no connection to anything in a typical orthodox church in Serbia.

4. All cars in the streets bear Hungarian license plates, showing the country code (H) and Hungary's national flag left of the 3-letter/3-digit combination of license plates.

4/a. All military vehicles in the movie have Hungarian military license plates.

5. To make a street scene, which the movie-makers believed as typical, they collected and showed all kinds of lousy Eastern-European cars (even including the infamous Polish van called Zuk), but no Western cars even by mistake. Such street picture was typical in Hungary up to the early 80s and in Yugoslavia up to mid-70s, whilst the story is happening in late-90s.

5/a Only one car does not appear in the whole movie: the Yugoslavian-made Zastava, the newer models of which were still in quite a quantity in the streets of Serbia in the late-90s.

6. The Serbian police cars, which are hit and blown by the tram in the movie, are all of East-German-made Wartburgs (3-cylinder/2-stroke engine). Yugoslavian/Serbian police never had a Wartburg (unless a few sample/test cars, which I may not know). The typical Yugoslavian police car was locally built Zastava (originally Fiat-based cars), but in the late-90s (when the story is played) there were already hundreds of thousands of Western cars in Yugoslavia and even the police had many.

7. The tram-cars are of Hungarian-built UV models, never exported to any country (not even to Yugoslavia) and they have Hungarian route-boards installed on their noses.

You don't need to make a historical drama to be correct about elementary basics like geography, era and ethnography of your story and not to mix up everything into a terrible and greatly stereotyped mess. Being a European, it doesn't matter what is happening in the movie, you don't know whether to laugh or to cry as it is completely impossible to empathize the story under such visual and verbal circumstances.

When we make a movie which story is playing in New York, we don't show agave fields instead of Central Square with people in sombreros, eating chili con carne and taco in the streets and drinking tequila in the bars, even though Mexico is the neighboring country to the USA. So the American makers may have believed the whole world is completely stupid and believes what they think a stereotyped Eastern Europe should be, however, for us living in this region, it is like a direct insult. So I believe it is a big mistake to play this movie in European TV channels (it is also a mistake to play it in the rest of the world because it is misleading people and don't give any realistic background about real Serbian milieu, but at least non-Europeans don't know all those mistakes).

Finally, compare this cheap lousy nonsense with Evita, the street scenes of which were also filmed in the streets of Budapest instead of Buenos Aires, but you cannot catch it because all details properly fit.

Big shame on the producers of Sniper-2 !!!

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