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Cast overview, first billed only:
Spanish Defense Minister
Stephan Early ...
Belgian Defense Minister
Aramazd Stepanian ...
Lithuanian Defense Minister
Leo Belldaere ...
Polish Defense Minister
Allan Rabinowitz ...
U.S. Sec. of State
Dennis Harrigan ...
Chief of Military Command
Jeff Kohagen ...
Mike Andrews
Joann Whitebear
Gabrielle O'Sullivan ...
U.K. Defense Minister
Elissa Kerhulas ...
French Defense Minister
Halli Lorenzato ...
Norwegian Defense Minister (as Halli Lorentz)
Oto Brezina ...
Czech Defense Minister
Varazh Stephen ...
Italian Defense Minister
Jaimie Roedel ...
German Defense Minister
Phyllis Kramer ...
Canadian Defense Minister


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No alternative to obliteration..... Or is there?


Short | Drama | Thriller | War






Release Date:

23 September 2005 (USA)  »

Box Office


$800 (estimated)

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It takes a village
8 May 2006 | by (Panama) – See all my reviews

You know how they say it takes a village to raise a child? The same applies for movie making. NATO/OTAN was the result of much love & hard work by all parties involved. I enjoyed the process (looking back) and the outcome. I hope all that view it appreciate the message. Sometimes, art is the best way to convey a message. It causes less damage than bombs. This film is to make you think. Hopefully, enough people react, so when it comes time to go to the voting booths, people will actually flex their political muscles. We have strength in numbers. Remember! I appreciate any comments or feedback on this film. Please watch it, share it and encourage others to do so also.

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