When the FBI can't protect a witness, it's up to ex-agent Price and his own protection program to take them under.

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Marc S. Grenier

Writer:

Les Weldon (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dolph Lundgren ... Jason Price
Maxim Roy ... Renee Brooks
Brigitte Paquette ... Connie Glenn
Ted Whittall ... Sonny Mathis
Serge Houde ... Paul Elkert
Alan Fawcett Alan Fawcett ... Sam Turgenson
Francis X. McCarthy ... Deputy Director Powell (as Francis McCarthy)
Harry Standjofski ... Kevin
Christian Paul ... Charlie Radisson
Andreas Apergis ... Boris Yoesky
Jeff Hall Jeff Hall ... Vincent Moretti
Cas Anvar ... Agent McCoomb
Lynne Adams ... Prosecutor
Alan Legros Alan Legros ... Jerry
Jay Levalley Jay Levalley ... Paolo Bucci
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Former government Jason Price (Dolph Lundgren) makes people disappear for a living. But when a top lieutenant for a crime syndicate asks Price to help him drop out of sight, things take a grisly, unexpected turn. A mysterious hit man known as The Cleaner has infiltrated Price's tightly-controlled system, leaving a bloody trail behind. With the help of an enigmatic seductress posing as the mobster's chief assistant, Price methodically works through his network of associates to find out what went wrong, and is plunged headlong into a spiraling gauntlet of half-truths and full-blown lies where nobody is who they appear to be, and everyone has a deadly, hidden agenda... Written by Anonymous

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He's the government's most deadly weapon. See more »


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Rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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Released theatrically in South Korea (and Indonesia it seems). See more »

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In Mark's Place, Pittsburg, a man is shot and dies with his eyes open. He blinks twice when Connie walks over his body. See more »

Quotes

Sam Turgenson: We can do this the easy way or the hard way
Jason Price: Is that pillow talk Sam?!
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Connections

References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »

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When you left me
Performed by Angie Devilliers
Keys by Henri Fortier
Written by Jerry De Villiers Jr.
J.D. Junior Music Publishing (S.O.C.A.N.)
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Worthy of a Bernard thumbs up.
1 April 2003 | by bernardvicarSee all my reviews

I caught this little baby on TV the other night, sweet jesus I didn't expcet it to be good. There it was late at night, in a slot usually reserved for films whihc have Lorenzo Lamas in them or the director is credited as Alan Smithee or Cecil B. Demented.

As soon as Dolph Lundgrens name popped up I nearly switched off immediately, as my mind suddenly wondered to films he has appeared, such classics as Last Warrior and Agent Red. The TV guide gave it a fairly good write up, saying it was pretty decent, but very confusing. What they found confusing I don't know. That is a problem with a thriller like this, if it hasn't got big names behind it, or is starring some high profile star, then people don't concentrate fully when watching. Look at all those people who found the Matrix really hard to follow, they thought little of the idea of Keanu Reeves doing sci-fi and didn't give the film their undivided attention, and actually listened and watched, the same with this film. If you see the name Dolph Lundgren and thriller in the same sentance in a straight to videoer most reviewers will be browsing through magazines and popping their head up at intermissions to watch the butt kicking.

This isn't exactly original or even exceptionally written in any way, but it follows the rules of good thrillers, the twisting plot, the shady characters, deliberate confusing elements early on to add a sense of mystery. The action was okay but there could have been more, they were pretty short really. I did like Lundgren in this, he is actually playing an interesting person, not just big lump number one.

There are a lot better, and with some actual money put into them, but there a lot more worse thrillers than this, I enjoyed it. $$$/$$$$


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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 July 2001 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

Hidden Agenda See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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