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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, stolen from mob boss Frank Bianci.... See more »


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Emily Shaw
Detective Mark Winston
Jayne Ferre
Kerry Shaw (as Jeremy Lelliott)
Alex Tyler
Frank Bianci
Detective Stan
Peter Quinn
Sammy Benetto
Kiko Ellsworth ...
Artie, Hitman #1
Darrell Dubovsky ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Boy in Cafe (uncredited)
Peter V.O. Moore ...
Playing in the background (uncredited)
Luca Palanca ...
Tommy, Hitman #2 (uncredited)
Edwin Perry ...
Walter (uncredited)
Linda Starks ...
Susan (uncredited)

Directed by

Mark L. Lester

Written by

Jeffrey Goldenberg ... (screenplay)
C. Courtney Joyner ... (screenplay)
Sonja Massie ... (based on the novel by)

Produced by

Dana Dubovsky ... producer
Anthony Esposito ... executive producer
Ashley R. Friedman ... line producer
Robert Gryphon ... executive producer
Mark L. Lester ... producer
Brett Morrison ... co-producer

Music by

Richard McHugh

Cinematography by

João Fernandes

Film Editing by

Donn Aron
Daniel Macena

Editorial Department

Peter Gahn ... assistant editor
Jim Towne ... assistant editor (as James Towne)
Jim J. Williams ... color timer (as Jim Williams)

Casting By

Jan Glaser
Gerald I. Wolff

Production Design by

Dan Statler

Art Direction by

Ken M. Russell

Set Decoration by

Janine Nask

Costume Design by

Warden Neil
Tony Perri ... co-costume designer (as Tony J. Perri)

Makeup Department

Keleigh Lippert Palladino ... assistant hair stylist (as Keleigh Lippert) / makeup assistant (as Keleigh Lippert)
Alexis Walker ... makeup department head

Production Management

Ashley R. Friedman ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Charles Dowell ... second assistant director (as Charles E. Dowell II)
Anthony E. Kountz ... first assistant director

Sound Department

Martin Flores ... sound effects designer
Eric Hoeschen ... foley artist
Peggy McAffee ... sound effects designer
Stu Mckee ... boom operator (as John S. McKee III)
Rich McLane ... sound engineer
Daniel D. Monahan ... sound mixer
Steven Morrow ... sound mixer
Stewart Nelsen ... adr supervisor (as Steward Nelson)
Scott Allen Peck ... boom operator
Paul Ratajczak ... re-recording mixer / sound supervisor
Trevor Sperry ... adr recordist / foley recordist
Lance Wiseman ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

Josh Hakian ... special effects coordinator


Danny Downey ... stunts
Annie Ellis ... stunts
Lisa Hoyle ... stunts
Austin Priester ... stunts
Michael J. Sarna ... stunt coordinator
Chester E. Tripp III ... stunts (as Chester Tripp)

Camera and Electrical Department

Robin Acutt ... electrician
Eric D. Anderson ... second assistant camera
Patti Arpaia ... still photographer
Anthony Bertola ... grip
Precy C. Betiong ... second assistant camera: second camera (as Precy Betiong)
Jeremy Brussell ... best boy grip
Justine Ariel Cook ... electrician
Kyle Drevlo ... grip
Zack Greene ... grip
Ryan S. Jackson ... first assistant camera: second camera
Robyn Link ... camera loader
Chris W. Martin ... best boy electric / electrician
Vanessa Morehouse ... second assistant camera
Rory Muir ... camera loader
Theo Pingarelli ... first assistant camera
Alex Rossario ... electrician
William Russell ... gaffer
Aaron Schulte ... electrician
Joseph Sellars ... grip
Lisa Stacilauskas ... electrician
Rick Tucker ... key grip
Tracy Tucker ... dolly grip
Alpheus Underhill ... grip
Brad Wallace ... second assistant camera
Peter Weyrauch ... camera operator: "a" camera / director of photography: second unit

Casting Department

Tyler Fahringer ... extras casting
Christine Joyce ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Laura E. Little ... costumer (as Laura Liz Little)
Stephanie Portnoy Porter ... costumer (as Stephanie Portnoy)

Location Management

Roger D. Faires ... location manager (as Roger Faires)
Scott Moiser ... location manager
Scott Mosher ... location manager: re-shoots

Music Department

Eric Amdahl ... composer: additional music
Ric Gallaher ... composer: additional music

Script and Continuity Department

Tracy Scott ... script supervisor
Eva Zelder ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

Bob Adermach ... driver
Richard Rollison ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

John Charles ... software engineer: TriCoast Studios
Scott Charles ... craft service
Lawrence Curtis ... office production assistant
Genevieve Duraire ... production accountant
Rick Eyler ... production coordinator
Maeve Mannion ... production accountant
Adriano Munoz ... office production assistant
Athena Pesante ... key set production assistant
Scott Pitman ... assistant production coordinator
Rafael S. Pujals ... office production assistant
Kimberly Rogers ... craft service
Christian Savoie ... assistant to director
Daniel Shultz ... production assistant
Orly Tepper ... craft service
Rik Walters ... financing consultant

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Plot Summary

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 Angeles. Jayne realizes what happened but first has to deal with Bianci's men in a blazing gun battle outside the motel. Jayne forces Emily into a car and heads back to L.A. until Emily makes a daring escape. Alex Tyler, an FBI agent and seemingly Good Samaritan, picks Emily up and takes her back to L.A. At Emily's house mob boss Frank Bianci is dead, along with a crooked detective, when Alex gets a call from Jayne, and it becomes clear that they are working together. Jayne has Kerry hostage and Emily must bring her money or she'll kill him. But when Emily gets her hands on a gun, she turns the tables and a deadly standoff ensues between two trained killers, a couple of dirty cops, the mob, and a mother and son in what becomes a deadly game of wits to stay alive. Written by Anonymous

Plot Keywords
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Additional Details

Also Known As
  • Lady Jayne: Killer (United States)
  • Trahisons (France)
  • Lady Jayne: Killer (France)
  • Traición (Spain)
  • Abus de confiance (Canada, French title)
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  • 90 min
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Box Office

Budget $750,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

Goofs 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 »
Quotes [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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