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Marina Rice Bader
I like Dreya Weber - always been a big fan. She sort of reminds me of a female Steven Seagal (when he is in environmental mode as in Fire Down Below and On Deadly Ground).
Naturally though Dreya does not go around knocking people down - she has too much couth for that.
Traci Dinwiddie is pretty cool too, even in the thankless role of mentoring two obnoxious teenagers. But as it turns out they are more decent than they like to let on.
The story is somewhat flimsy and contrived, but gets the point across. That point of course being that only lesbian true love can save humanity from its nasty and brutish short-sightedness leading to disaster. But fair enough. With this type of movie you pretty well know that going in.
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