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10 April 2004 (Sweden) See more »
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Vin, John 'J.J.' Gillis and Carl steal a 50-carat diamond from De Beers and smuggle it trough customs in a cosmetics jar... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Rosanna Arquette ... Alex McGuire

Claudette Mink ... Carly

Chris Potter ... Sam Bryant

Diego Wallraff ... Vin

Joseph Kell ... Jack McGuire

Alan Van Sprang ... John 'J.J.' Gillis

Nigel Bennett ... Sheriff Lathrop

Jeremy Akerman ... Farmer
Kevin LeBlanc ... Deputy Harris

Trina Corkum ... Night Clerk

Geoff McBride ... Day Clerk

Jennifer Kydd ... Rental Car Agent
Tom Haney ... Rent-a-Cop
Paul Jessen ... Airport Cop
Josh MacDonald ... Newsstand Clerk
Kevin Nugent ... Bellman
Tom Gallant ... Gardner
Randy Boliver ... Jerry
Ian Tench ... Jewellery Store Guard (as David Iain Tench)
Mark Owen ... Roadblock Cop
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Peter James ... Stunt actor (as Jamie Symington)
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Directed by
Walter Klenhard 
 
Writing credits
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Lucian Truscott IV (story) (as Lucian K. Truscott IV)

Lucian Truscott IV (teleplay) (as Lucian K. Truscott IV) and
Walter Klenhard (teleplay)

Produced by
Jody Brockway .... co-executive producer
Stephen Davis .... executive producer
Gary Goldberger .... executive producer
Effie Mueller .... executive producer
Salli Newman .... producer
Linda S. Ross .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Gary Chang 
 
Cinematography by
Rohn Schmidt  (as Ronn Schmidt)
 
Film Editing by
Stephen Lawrence 
 
Casting by
Molly Lopata 
 
Production Design by
William Fleming 
 
Art Direction by
Shelley Nieder 
 
Set Decoration by
Alan MacLeod 
 
Costume Design by
Martha Curry 
 
Makeup Department
Jim Macdonald .... assistant hair stylist
Norma Richard .... key hair stylist
Chantal Robichaud .... assistant makeup artist
Colleen Ryan .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Gilles Bélanger .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Fleming .... second unit director (as Bill Fleming)
Heather Houston .... second assistant director
Mary Reynolds .... second assistant director
Kristie Sills .... second assistant director
Stuart Williams .... first assistant director
Bruce Zwicker .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Lance Barney .... lead man
David Cullen .... storyboard artist
Keith Currie .... property master
Randy Hardy .... key scenic artist
Darren Howse .... art department production assistant
Andy Miller .... assistant props
Chris Moreau .... on-set dresser
Gordon Sangster .... construction coordinator
Chris Brown .... set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Rob Bertola .... sound designer
Christian Carruthers .... sound re-recording mixer
Tony Currie .... supervising sound editor
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording mixer
Jamie Gould .... re-recording assistant
Frank Kavanagh .... boom operator
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
Andrew Rillie .... utility sound technician
Jim Rillie .... production sound mixer
Virginia Storey .... foley artist
Andrew Tay .... sound re-recording mixer
Phong Tran .... assistant sound editor
Alex Bullick .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Gary Coates .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Dale Codling .... visual effects artist
Andrew Hunter .... visual effects executive producer
Tony Willis .... visual effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Derek Covey .... stunts
Stan Gibson .... stunts
Marcus Goodick .... stunts
Peter James .... stunts (as Jamie Symington)
Christine Knickle .... stunts
Stephanie Legge .... stunts
Mark A. Owen .... stunts (as Mark Owen)
Colleen Pace .... stunts
John Sampson .... stunts
Ian Tench .... stunts
John Walsh .... stunts
Pat Whelan .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Christopher Ball .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jason Ball .... lighting technician
Doug Betts .... best boy grip
Louis Boudreau .... best boy electric
Ruby Boutilier .... camera trainee
Rob Eshelby .... generator operator
Guy Godfree .... second assistant camera
Guy R. LeBlanc .... gaffer
Forbes MacDonald .... camera operator
John Scott MacDonald .... dolly grip
Christopher Reardon .... still photographer (as Chris Reardon)
David Reilly IV .... electrician
Jamie Ritchie .... first assistant camera
Gary Sandover .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Victoria Germaine .... casting assistant: Halifax
Sheila Lane .... casting: Halifax
Sheila Patrone .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elaine Sanford .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Frank Biasi .... on-line editor
Brenda Martino .... post-production executive
Todd Palatnik .... post-production assistant
Joanne Rourke .... video colorist
Marc Roussel .... assistant editor
Gord Ventura .... dailies colorist
 
Music Department
Sherry Whitfield .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Michael Sullivan .... transportation coordinator
Emmanuel 'Manny' Taylor .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Tara Bennett .... craft service
Damian Carroll .... assistant to executive producer
William Flower .... marine coordinator
Donna Howell-Makaton .... assistant to executive producer
David Hyslop .... location manager
Elizabeth Kavanagh .... production accountant
Amy Kerr .... photo double: Rosanna Arquette
Nancy MacInnis .... assistant production coordinator
Gretchen Meyerhoefer .... assistant to executive producer
Karla Morash .... production coordinator
Tamara Patkau .... script supervisor
Phillip Pineau .... assistant location manager (as Scott MacDonald)
Jacques Routhier .... craft service
Darren Winter .... security coordinator
 

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5 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Oh Rosanna, your career takes another step downwards..., 7 October 2003
Author: Victor Field from London, England

1985: Rosanna Arquette scores with "Desperately Seeking Susan" (though Madonna hogs all the credit, not for the first or indeed last time). A gifted actress who's also a total fox, the future looks bright...

Flashforward to 2003. She can still act, and she's still attractive - Olive Oyl arms but thankfully the resemblance ends there - but like practically everyone else involved with that movie it's proven to be probably the highpoint of her career, which has stagnated to the point where she's spending a lot of her time plying her trade in dire TV movies (we call it Nastassja Kinski Syndrome - unsurprisingly, they've been in the same movie at least once). Which brings us to "Rush of Fear," which signposts its dreadfulness the moment the words "A Carlton America Film" appear. Sadly it delivers.

The movie's hobbled by its script by Lucian K. Truscott IV and (weak) director Walter Klenhard, which commits the twin offences of being both stupid (to paraphrase Jeff Daniels, Dennis Hopper and/or Keanu Reeves in "Speed," pop quiz: You are a bad guy carrying a sawn-off shotgun and a hostage is coming at you with a bat. What do you do? Answer: Shoot him, not use the gun to block the bat) and boring - supposedly a thriller about a couple spending a weekend away and coming into possession of a diamond three thieves want back, it moves at about the same pace as molasses... except slightly slower. There are a few flashes of interest, mostly with Rosanna's relationship with the man who helps her in her quest to save her husband, but it's all for naught.

Frighteningly close to a stereotyped idea of what action movies might be like if they were made by Lifetime, this is exclusively for connossieurs of ludicrously unconvincing stunt doubles, unrepetant advocates of Girl Power (Rosanna and the female thief face off in the climax), or those willing to watch absolutely anything with Rosanna Arquette in it.

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