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Clayton Pierce is an agent working under deep cover. Although he is a top agent, he is questioning his loyalty after twenty years of service. His devotion has already cost him his wife,... See more »

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Agent La Nova
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Kate
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Clayton Pirce
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Gaines
Barry Lynch ...
Simon
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Iraqi Leader
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Rossovitch
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Susan Li (as Cassandra Hitti)
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Dr. Scott Warren
Gabriella Bern ...
Ann
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Agent Duff
Bob Kirsh ...
Detective
Timothy Roberts ...
Garage Mechanic

Directed by

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David Worth

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Karen Kelly ... ()
 
David Keith Miller ... ()

Produced by

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Paul Hertzberg ... producer
J.P. Pettinato ... producer

Cinematography by

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David Worth

Film Editing by

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Daniel Duncan

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Linda Berger
Leah Stanko Mangum

Production Design by

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Timothy Roberts

Art Direction by

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Kevin Payne

Costume Design by

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Bonnie Stauch

Makeup Department

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Sheri Knight ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Jeffrey Graham ... post-production supervisor
Christopher Kulikowski ... post-production supervisor
Maureen P. Mottley ... production manager
Vicki L. Sawyer ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Lori Mellman ... second assistant director
Joel Morales ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Chris Dechert ... assistant property master
Lee Lazarow ... property master

Sound Department

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Brion Condon ... boom operator
Patrick Giraudi ... re-recording mixer
Scott C. Kolden ... supervising sound editor
Kelly Vandever ... re-recording mixer
Steve Weiss ... sound mixer

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Paul Beahm ... stunts
Kurt Bryant ... stunt coordinator
Dennis Fitzgerald ... stunts
Carl Milinac ... stunts
Michael Owen ... stunts
Errol Sack ... stunt driver
Lou Simon ... stunts
Frank Torres ... stunts

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Nate Foll ... electrician
Houman Forough ... camera operator
Steve Francis ... grip
Brad Heiner ... electrician
William Rick Young ... electrician

Casting Department

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Jenny Syrup ... extras casting

Location Management

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Jeffrey Shepherd ... location scout

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Phil Steele ... composer: additional music

Transportation Department

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Geno Hart ... transportation coordinator
Ken Kaplan ... transportation coordinator
Steve Larson ... transportation dispatcher

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Scottie Bairstow ... set production assistant
Nate Barlow ... office production assistant
Jordan Byrne ... production assistant (as Jordan Albert)
Jason Capone ... assistant accountant
Sarah J. Donohue ... assistant production coordinator
Steven Ritt ... dog trainer

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Plot Summary

Clayton Pierce is an agent working under deep cover. Although he is a top agent, he is questioning his loyalty after twenty years of service. His devotion has already cost him his wife, family and personal life. During a de-briefing from his last assignment, he is unknowingly administered the drug Oblivion, which destroys brain cells causing permanent memory loss. Within a few days of injection, the drug's effects become irreversible. Clayton will not only lose his memory, he will lose his identity as well. He realizes he can no longer rely on anyone at the agency to help him, not even his boss, Agent LaNova. With nowhere left to go, he appeals to his ex-wife, Kate, for help. Clayton and Kate must locate the antidote before it's too late. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Past Tense (United States)
  • Partida mortal (Spain)
  • Mystikos praktoras (Greece)
  • Képtelen kémelme (Hungary)
  • Sulle tracce del passato (Italy)
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  • 88 min
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Goofs On the chess board shown at the beginning (and then again later in the movie) the main character promotes the pawn to a knight which both he and the computer claim is a checkmate for black. It isn't a checkmate, since white can then take the knight with the bishop. There is a mate in three for black (rook to g2, white is forced to move the king into the corner, rook to a1, white is forced to interpose the bishop, rook takes bishop = checkmate) See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Narrow Margin (1990). See more »

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