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Double Deception (2001)

A kidnap plot involving the daughter of a powerful Japanese businessman goes terribly wrong.


Shundo Ohkawa

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rei Kikukawa Rei Kikukawa ... Lisa Ozaki
Louis Mandylor ... Luke Campbell
James Russo ... Snake
Udo Kier ... Vincent
Joe Estevez ... Burt Chapman
Kôji Nakata Kôji Nakata ... (as Kouji Nakata)
Jimmy Stathis Jimmy Stathis ... Det. John Adams (as Jim Stathis)
Jonathan Levit ... Frank Ford
David Parry ... Danny Baker
Myles O'Brien ... Detective Gordon
Chris D. Chris D. ... Michael
Maya Hoshino Maya Hoshino ... Maria
Sunny Doench ... Jodi Baker (as Sunny Knox)
Bill McNally Bill McNally ... Detective Glenn
Jeff Severson Jeff Severson ... Det. Scott


Mr. Ozaki, a Japanese conglomerate businessman living in Los Angeles, hires a beautiful young double (Maria) to protect his real daughter (Lisa) from harm. When Maria is kidnapped by a professional crime organization for a $2 million ransom, her bodyguard, Luke Campbell, conceives a plan to rescue her. By kidnapping the real Lisa Ozaki and turning her over to the kidnappers, Luke hopes to save Maria, and ultimately Lisa, as he knows her father will only pay the ransom for his daughter and not the double. However, the bodyguards hired to watch Lisa have another plan in mind. About to lose their jobs for losing Lisa when they were supposed to keep an eye on her at all times, they decide to steal the ransom money and rescue Lisa, in an attempt to be the heroes and save their jobs. Written by Christa Hamilton <CHamilton19@aol.com>

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Protection has a price.


Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and drug use | See all certifications »






Release Date:

14 July 2001 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Final Payback See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office


$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Pathfinder Pictures See more »
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My mistake
24 June 2002 | by wiggytooSee all my reviews

Well - I watched about 20 minutes before giving up - can't comment on the whole film though - hey, maybe it got better? It looked like an interesting idea to start with but the characters, when introduced were so two dimensional and the plot so uninteresting it failed to grab my attention. But i think it was the acting which really blew it - very wooden and unconvincing right from the start.

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