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A B-movie. Considering the 1/2 million dollar budget, not bad.
A B-movie in every sense of the word. Considering that, it's not too bad. Acting was average with the exception of the actor who played 'Mick', Tom Pashkov I believe his name was. He had a very interesting style and look. I've seen him in other work and his real accent is not Russian. Very cool. Sydney Penny looked good too, unfortunately the photographic direction wasn't as good as the cast and that really screwed with my enjoyment of the film.
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