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Matt Sorenson (Dolph Lundgren), a former boxer and San Francisco cop, now makes a living collecting debts for small businesses. The brutal death of of his high powered younger brother, Michael, changes all that forever. Intent on finding his brother killer, Sorensen infiltrates the powerful inner world of politics, business intrigue and casual sex. Rejecting the police and media theory that the murder is the work of a female prostitute, Sorensen's focus falls on the corrupt big city businessman, Jim Conway. His obsession to discover the killer's identity mounts a a series of other men are found murdered in a similar fashion. Sorensen looses all objectivity and becomes a one man vigilanteWritten by
According to the DVD commentary, director Hickox mentions that Dolph Lundgren and producer Damian Lee argued way too much over the dissolve transitions edits for the film. The film ended up getting 378 editing notes. See more »
Hey. I gotta get in there to see that film.
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Dolph stars in this thriller which delves in to the dark world of S&M and does a good job as the guy who's brother was killed after a session with a mystery female killer nicknamed Jill the Ripper. The films story is not too taxing on the brain but is far from simple and there are a few twists in the plot along the way as for the characters, there are a few engaging characters Dolph being one of them and there are a few who are not so engaging who in fact you really start to hope get killed off. Lundgrens performance is decent and he outshines the rest of the cast none of whom would be recognizable by name or face, the film is at times quite funny with some of the costumes and accessories that are on show. This is not a typical Dolph film and is a rare venture out of action for him and it is quite enjoyable i would give it 6/10
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