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Betrayal (2003)

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Jayne Ferré needs to get out of Los Angeles fast. A strikingly beautiful woman, yet ruthless assassin for the mob; she is on the run with a suitcase full of a million dollars in blood money... See full summary »


Mark L. Lester


Jeffrey Goldenberg (screenplay), C. Courtney Joyner (screenplay) | 1 more credit »





Complete credited cast:
Erika Eleniak ... Emily Shaw
Adam Baldwin ... Detective Mark Winston
Julie du Page ... Jayne Ferre
Jer Adrianne Lelliott ... Kerry Shaw (as Jeremy Lelliott)
James Remar ... Alex Tyler
Damian Chapa ... Tony
Louis Mandylor ... Frank Bianci
Tom Wright ... Detective Stan
James Quattrochi ... Peter Quinn
Jason Widener ... Boyd
Joe Sabatino ... Sammy Benetto
Kiko Ellsworth Kiko Ellsworth ... Steve
Don Swayze ... Fred
Peter Dobson ... Artie, Hitman #1
Darrell Dubovsky Darrell Dubovsky ... Doorman


Jayne Ferré needs to get out of Los Angeles fast. A strikingly beautiful woman, yet ruthless assassin for the mob; she is on the run with a suitcase full of a million dollars in blood money, stolen from mob boss Frank Bianci. Sixteen-year-old Kerry is on the run from a drug dealer set on payback. His mother Emily decides to take Kerry and start a new life in Texas, but doesn't have enough money to get there. Jayne, who is now carrying a price on her head, must take out one would-be assassin at the train station before she offers to cover Emily's expenses if she can hitch a ride to San Antonio. Emily and her son gladly accept the offer. The unlikely trio's car breaks down and needs parts. They are left without a choice, so they check into a small motel for one night. While Jayne is showering, kerry sneaks a look through her belongings and discovers the case of cash. During the night, a well-meaning Kerry snakes into Jayne's room and steals the briefcase, then hitches a ride back to Los... Written by Anonymous

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A deadly game of wits.


Action | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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Jayne stuffs a black sock in Quinn's mouth before shooting him in the head. Later when police are on the scene investigating, they find the light blue panties she was wearing in his mouth. See more »


[first lines]
Tony: He'll be at the bar, let him see you. Then I'll rope him in.
Jayne Ferré: I know my part, Tony.
Tony: It's jobs like this that give me an ulcer.
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Worst film ever
5 December 2008 | by guilfisher-1See all my reviews

I certainly don't agree with the raving reviews others gave this piece of crap. First of all director Mark Lester cast it poorly. In the likes of Julie Du Page (that's a real name?) playing a so called sex pot. Wrong. She's not that attractive to seduce a blind man. And she's so phony on her come ons. Obvious. In her Fredericks of Hollywood bra and panties (a mistake in costumes) she was all skin and bones with no bust at all. Most of the time she's squeezed in, pumped up and pushed together to give her a cleavage at all. Her back bone protruded her bony body. Yuk. Don't tell me those idiots that fell for her charm didn't notice. They must have been hard up. Also with too much lip gloss on her bot-ox lips. Funny scene is when she supposedly goes into the train station inconspicuously, wearing a skin tight, low cut, flaming red dress, with her mop hair and sun glasses - too funny. What she didn't have, Erika Elenkiak, as the tough mother, had too much of. Wearing too tight sweaters throughout the film making her breasts look over sized, she didn't do too much acting. Only looking forlorn and confused. Did she not know what was happening? Adam Baldwin plays a small role, thank goodness. With his usual non expressive face he wanders through this trite movie aimlessly. Then we have the son, played by Jeremy Lellliott, who spends most of the film crying. If he's not ogling our hit whore, he's sobbing "woe is me and my mom". He also must have had his hair dyed along with his mom to that brassy blond. It looked so fake.

It was late at night when I watched this so most others were spared the pain I went through watching.

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1 August 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Lady Jayne: Killer See more »


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$750,000 (estimated)
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