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Don't Look Behind You (1999)

A family is thrust into the Federal Witness Relocation program that fails, in deadly ways, to protect them.



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Credited cast:
... Jeff Corrigan
... Liz Corrigan
... Eric Loftin
... Ellie Foster (as Anne Marie Loder)
... George Reeder
... April Corrigan
... Bram Corrigan
... FBI Agent
... Stefan Masters
... Bret Milstead
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Blair
... Deedee
... Nichols
Brad Kelly ... Security Guard
Reese McBeth ... Manny


A man has to enter the witness protection program after he gives up his former boss, whom he discovers is a drug lord, to the FBI. Relocating his wife and kids causes trouble as they are very dissatisfied with their new lives. Unfortunately, the protection plan also doesn't work, as the gang tracks down the family and the man is forced to protect them from attack. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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He's the witness. His family is the target. See more »


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25 July 1999 (USA)  »

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When Stefan is stopped by the FBI agents at the elevator in the hotel and they are ambushed, most of the shootings in the scene were cut before the film aired on the Fox Family Channel because the network needed a 'PG' rating. The full version of the movie can be seen on the International VHS release. See more »


Edited into Cameras Rolling: 20 Days on Set (2000) See more »

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Works For the Classroom
13 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

Although "the book is always better" this movie was an excellent addition to my class's experience of the novel study. After reading the novel, the movie allowed them to put faces with the characters and feel the drama visually unfold. The movie sticks closely enough to the book's plot that the kids aren't confused and disappointed, but there are also enough differences that they are intrigued. Plus, the twist at the end keeps their interest peaked! They beg me not to turn it off when class is over. They remember the book fondly after seeing the movie. In today's visually stimulated world having novels played out on screen really helps us continue to push literature. I know it sounds crazy, but it works. On that same note, some kids can not fully connect with what they've read, so being able to "really get" what happened in a novel is an awesome thing when they can watch it and catch on. Not enough movies stick to the plot enough to work in the classroom, but this one certainly does.

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