Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief, Lucas Davenport, has to face off against a duo unlike any he's ever encountered; a lethal hit woman and a ferociously cunning killer determined to hunt him down.

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Chris Gerolmo

Writers:

John Sandford (book), Chris Gerolmo (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Harmon ... Deputy Chief Lucas Davenport
Lola Glaudini ... Carmel Loan
Tatiana Maslany ... Clara Rinker
Kate Greenhouse ... Special Agent Malone
Art Hindle ... Special Agent Leonard Heisman
Aidan Devine ... Sloan
Athena Karkanis ... Marcy Sherrill
Anand Rajaram ... Det. Black
Rod Wilson ... Hale Allen
Mark Taylor ... Officer Graff
Brandon McGibbon ... Rolo
Eric Woolfe ... Woodenhead
Graham Abbey ... State Trooper
Brett Ryan ... Joey the Cop
Allison Brennan Allison Brennan ... Secretary
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Minneapolis Deputy Police Chief, Lucas Davenport, has to face off against a duo unlike any he's ever encountered; a lethal hit woman and a ferociously cunning killer determined to hunt him down.

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Trivia

One of the FBI agents is named Special Agent Leonard Heisman. The father of Mark Harmon (who himself played football at UCLA) was a Heisman trophy winner as a tailback for the University of Michigan. See more »

Goofs

By the time the narration mentions that Lucas is driving on I-35 (which should be I-94 - see under Errors in Geography), he is already off the interstate roads and traveling on local highways. See more »

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Deputy Chief Lucas Davenport: Everybody who is not doing something useful, out in the hall right now.
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When reality meets fiction.
24 March 2012 | by swf64See all my reviews

I came across this pretty much by accident. I don't get the channel that made this TV movie, and as a huge fan of Davenport/Sandford, I eventually went to great lengths to get a copy. By then I had seen the reviews and pictures here and they had lowered my expectations. In fact, I even waited a couple of weeks to view it. I think many of the complaints of this film come from the unmistakable fact that a TV movie will never be better than a Sandford novel, and even more so for an audience that enjoys reading.

I also think this is one of the real strengths of this film. Mark Harmon and company didn't try to give us our vision of Davenport, he gave us his. All of the characters in the film represent an image that is similar to the book series, but also unique, and the villains are exceptionally well played. In the end, it works well and stands on its own merits. I really enjoyed this TV version of Sandford and hope there are more. This is good TV.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Certain Prey See more »

Filming Locations:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA See more »

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Jaffe/Braunstein Films See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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