Lyon Gaultier is a deserter in the Foreign Legion arriving in the USA entirely hard up. He finds his brother between life and death and his sister-in-law without the money needed to heal her husband and to maintain her child. To earn the money needed, Gaultier decides to take part in some very dangerous clandestine fights.Written by
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A trailer for the film, seen on various VHS releases from Imperial Entertainment, which produced the film, makes absolutely no indication of Universal Pictures' involvement, since Universal would only pick up the U.S. distribution rights later in the process. See more »
Right before Lyon's big fight with Attila, he tells Joshua that he took everything out of the bank and put a bet on himself. Then, during the fight, Joshua tells Lyon that all the money is on Attila. Most likely, they each made separate bets; Lyon on himself with his money, and Joshua on Attila with his own money. See more »
Well, I wasn't expecting such a dramatic movie, but this one really
made me cry, especially at the ending scene. The movie begins in
Djibouti, where a legionary camp is placed. The casting is wisely done.
Especially the guys which were following Lion in US. Deborah Rennard is
very cool. I think she deserved better in Hollywood. Harrison Page
perfectly fits in his role. And Van Damme... Maybe he should have made
more drama movies, he proved he is good at it. You should have this on, if you are a fan of Van Damme, I think it is his best movie, even better than Bloodsport. Well we're expecting more drama movies from Van Damme.
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