In 1972, the conflict in Vietnam continues. The creeping threat of communism grips the nation in fear. In an abandoned prison on the US/Mexican border, KGB mole Nikolai Dzerzhinsky waits ... See full summary »

Director:

Justin Eugene Evans (as Justin Evans)

Writers:

Catherine Doughty, Justin Eugene Evans (as Justin Evans)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Michael Scovotti ... Robert Harper
Ross Marquand ... Nikolai Dzerzhinsky
Michael Wincott ... Anthony Greenglass
James Cromwell ... Howard Simons
Luis Robledo ... Staff Sergeant Solares
Brad Culver ... Captain Altman
Jason R. Moore ... Staff Sergeant Friedkin
Mike Peebler ... First Lieutenant Hill
Stephen Jules Rubin Stephen Jules Rubin ... Buck Sergeant Konigsberg
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Storyline

In 1972, the conflict in Vietnam continues. The creeping threat of communism grips the nation in fear. In an abandoned prison on the US/Mexican border, KGB mole Nikolai Dzerzhinsky waits for his contact from the Washington Post. He holds explosive evidence against the CIA, information he will trade for asylum in the United States. Special Agent Robert Harper's orders are clear: take the documents from Dzerzhinsky and kill him. Written by Justin Evans

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In a covert war the only way to hide the truth is to bury it.

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Action | Thriller | War

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Not Rated
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The production used the largest collection of tumbleweeds ever assembled for a motion picture; over 357 tumbleweeds were collected for use throughout the film. See more »

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A Lonely Place For Dying
Written by Brent Daniels
Performed by Brent Daniels
Published by Anomalous Noize Music
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Easily the worst thing I've ever watched
15 March 2019 | by ingrayfansSee all my reviews

I've seen some pretty dumb cheap indie films. You never know where you'll find the gem, something worth watching, something artistic, different. Well, this movie ain't that. I think that the actual equipment, film, lights, makeup, tapes, etc is worth way more than the movie itself. I honestly don't believe that most ratings and comments here are real. This is a horrible attempt to make a film just for the sake of making a film. Just as a guy who sucks at playing a guitar books a gig just so he can say "I'm in a band" or something. Someone made this movie only so he/she could say "I am a movie producer (or a director)..." I rarely leave any reviews, my life is too short for that, but this ***** took away time I'll never get back. the worst thing is the guy who made me see it promised a good laugh. And he was indeed laughing the whole time at technical stuff - visible microphone, bad acting, unintentional camera shaking (as if the camera guy tripped in the middle of the scene), horrible sound, etc. I didn't find it funny, it was sad.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 December 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Lonely Place for Dying See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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Lonely Place See more »
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Dolby Digital | DTS

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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