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31 North 62 East (2009)

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A psychological thriller about how an elite S.A.S. unit's position is revealed by the British Prime Minister to ensure an arms deal goes ahead, and to secure his re-election.

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... Jill / Kimberly Mandelson
Lee Godfrey ... Mac
Aurélie Bargème ... Corine Perret
... John Hammond
... Tariq Malim
... Sarah Webber
George Calil ... Jacob
Adrian Goulder ... Bodyguard
Chris Goulder ... Bodyguard
... Bodyguard
... Sheik Kaseem
Leofwine Loraine ... Claude Demont
Kate Garbutt ... Waitress
Brad Bennetts ... Jacko
Christopher Simpson ... Chris
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A psychological thriller about how an elite S.A.S. unit's position is revealed by the British Prime Minister to ensure an arms deal goes ahead, and to secure his re-election.

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Too Close To The Truth

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Thriller

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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18 September 2009 (UK)  »

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$3,100,000 (estimated)
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John Hammond (John Rhys-Davies) is the same name as Sir Richard Attenborough's character from Jurassic Park (1993) and The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), though it's a different character. See more »

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In The Hands Of Terrorists
Composed by Moritz Schmittat
Courtesy of 31 North 62 East Ltd
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Could've been an excellent tom Clancy movie
7 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Just very weakly executed for a movie. The premise for the story line is really excellent.A British PM selling out and SAS team for the benefit of an arms deal with some sheik whom, lost his son in the Iraq afghan war. But they have gone about it very poorly and half hardheartedly,sadly.

Too much stuff should've never made it into the final print,simply cause it's over selling it. There's a lot of back and forth between a twin sister and something.Part of it seem like it's a flashback to the past.(I never could quite make out what it was) John Rhys-Davies Is a bit over the top as British Prime minister,but still quite good. Heather peace seem a bit out of shape,she get winded real fast(Not sure if that's her character or her) .But she still deliver a good performance,with whats she got to work with. Some scenes could've been shorter in order to fasten the pace of the film

I would love to see a remake of this,cause the thriller aspect of the story is quite excellent.But it also touches on a very sensitive subject,which is why I think it's a low budget movie, instead of something bigger.


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