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A police officer searching for his missing sister in Spain uncovers a terrorist cell.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Nick Harper (as Rick Schroder)
... Ana Palacios
... Saleem Haddad
... Victor De Pablo
Ana María Montero ... Isabel
... Lola
Joan Minguell ... Alberto
... Timmons
... Inspector Nieto
... Faith (as Rachael Stevens)
... Jefferson
Josep Minguell ... Montero
... Thomas Billings (as Kirk Woller)
Ernesto Collado ... Rafael
Marta Gil ... Natalie
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A Los Angeles police officer travels to Spain in search of his sister who disappears in Barcelona after pursuing a modeling career. A trail of drugs and corruption lead him to a terrorist cell that has been using American girls as human bombs. Will his sister be next? Written by Anonymous

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Nothing's more deadly than a man with nothing to lose.

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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »
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22 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$2,300,000 (estimated)
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Saleem Haddad: You must love your sister very much if you are willing to sacrifice your life for hers
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Don't Say Goodbye
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Spain looks like Spain
7 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

As someone already said the plot is quite predictable and the characters are not too realistic. The acting is fine. The kind of movie you enjoy on TV and easily forget. That sounds like a 5, so, why did I give it a 7?

Because of something that is extremely hard to see in a movie directed by an American director. Something we, spaniards, appreciate. It's as simple as the title says: Spain looks quite like Spain. When you're used to see Spain in movies as some sort of mix between Mexico, Spain in the 50's and random stuff* it's nice to see a movie where, even if some of the character and scenes are not too credible, Spain does not look like a grotesque parody of itself.

*By random stuff I mean like when in Mission Impossible (don't remember which one (2?)) they mixed at random different traditions from different parts of Spain. (Quite as if the movie said "Los Angeles", and you had the Statue of Liberty, the Chicago Bulls, New Orleans Mardi Gras, the Bellagio casino and the Grand Canyon all at the same time.

So, the movie itself is more like a 5-6, but it had a +1-2 for that.


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