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Vents contraires (1995)

Un ancien policier devenu marin affronte des trafiquants de drogues qui se sont rendus maîtres de son bateau.

Director:

Allan A. Goldstein
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
David Soul ... Quill
Grâce de Capitani Grâce de Capitani ... Marie (as Grace De Capitani)
Jean-François Blanchard Jean-François Blanchard ... Pascal
Danielle Schneider Danielle Schneider ... Françoise
André Champagne André Champagne ... Carlo
Carl Marotte ... Jake
Vlasta Vrana ... Harry
Martin Watier ... Ollie
Jean Pierre Bergeron ... Diego
Daniel Pilon ... Lieutenant Forrester
Lynne Adams Lynne Adams ... Rosie (as Lynn Adams)
Robert Higden ... Norbert
David Rigby ... Drug Dealer #1 (as Dave Rigby)
Hisham Zayed Hisham Zayed ... Drug Dealer #2
Johnny Goar Johnny Goar ... Drug Dealer #3
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Un ancien policier devenu marin affronte des trafiquants de drogues qui se sont rendus maîtres de son bateau.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

French | English

Also Known As:

Crosswinds See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Cinévidéo Plus See more »
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Color
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Inner City Groove
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30 August 2006 | by craccaniSee all my reviews

I tuned in wanting to see how Mr Soul was doing these days and found myself hypnotized by the film by its sheer awfulness! Stilted performances by the actors with huge and laughable lapses in plot sensibility. Occasional glimpses of good dialog are presented for the lead but these are too few and far between. The action scenes are a bad imitation of '70's TV action series where everyone is shot and dies/fall in slow motion (remember the A Team?). Watch for the lead's attempt at soldierly machismo when shooting at the bad guys with an obvious overbite (knowingly overacted by Mr Soul?). The comically awful scenes are the shoot-outs - especially the opening scenes - where supposedly trained police are unable to hit the bad guys. These signal the quality of the rest of the movie. Definitely for the connoisseur of the awful.


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