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Leaving Scars (1997)

When an old friend is brutally murdered, a case of mistaken identity pushes Diane Carlson and Michael Taylor,in to a dangerous web of drug money, pornography, and high stakes prostitution. ... See full summary »

Director:

Brad Jacques

Writer:

Marc Johnson
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lisa Boyle ... Diane Carlson
Robin Downs Robin Downs ... Michael Taylor
Jonathan Slater Jonathan Slater ... Douglas Van Burren
Charley Broderick Charley Broderick ... Bobby Calcutta (as Charlie Broderick)
Geoffrey Stewart Geoffrey Stewart ... Leo Goldman
Michael McCarthy Michael McCarthy ... Johnny Shane
Bob Druwing Bob Druwing ... Jimmy Reese
Laura Crook Laura Crook ... Paige
Bruce Kenny ... Marty Katz
Justin Kahn Justin Kahn ... Tony Vi
Raphael Peacock Raphael Peacock ... Rafe
Linda Lee Linda Lee ... Bianca Wallace
Elaine O'Meara Elaine O'Meara ... Call girl
Philip Earl Bynoe Philip Earl Bynoe ... Killer 1
David Lamberton ... Killer 2
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When an old friend is brutally murdered, a case of mistaken identity pushes Diane Carlson and Michael Taylor,in to a dangerous web of drug money, pornography, and high stakes prostitution. Before long, they are caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse, taking them on a rocket ride through the lurid underbelly of Los Angeles after dark. It is a lethal game where few get out alive, and no one escapes without - Leaving Scars.

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prostitute | female nudity | See All (2) »

Taglines:

Fate made her a TARGET... Fear made her a KILLER!

Genres:

Action | Thriller

Certificate:

R

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God, Why?
15 May 2012 | by moose9130See all my reviews

There is no way to do this movie justice. It is quite simply the worst piece of filmmaking that has ever been released, straight to DVD. The characters are so flat they can be equated to a 6th century view of the earth's shape. The actors take the movie far too seriously. Geoffrey Stewart who played Leo Goldman, is the worst offender. He looks desperate, like this is his big shot to get into Hollywood. The other actors pretty blatantly know that it's a poor script and will be poor movie. Stewart on the other hand manages to come off as a failed actor who got one chance on screen and came into the role totally misreading the role. I have never seen anyone stand out so much in a B movie as being the worst actor. Usually, the actors are all equally bad, but this is not the case with Stewart. The plot in the movie is incomprehensible, and the dialogue is so monumentally bad it hurts. I will never watch anything this bad again, goodbye brain cells, I'll miss you.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Eye of the Storm See more »

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Basic Pictures See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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