The Needle Trailer

The Needle Trailer (1988)

16 September 1988 Drama, Thriller 81 mins

Moro returns to Alma Ata to collect money owed to him. While waiting out an unexpected delay, he visits his former girlfriend Dina, and discovers she has become a morphine addict. He decides to help her kick the habit and to fight the local drug maphia responsible for her condition. But Moro finds a deadly opponent in "the doctor," the maphia kingpin who is exploiting Dina.

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Cast

Viktor Tsoy

as Моро

Marina Smirnova

as Дина

Aleksandr Bashirov

as Спартак

Pyotr Mamonov

as Артур, хирург

Arkhimed Iskakov

as Архимед

International Titles

Igla Trailer

International Releases Dates

Russia 16 September 1988

United States 10 October 1988

Production Companies

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