Past Perfect Trailer

Past Perfect Trailer (1996)

"Is the future worth dying for?" 11 October 1996 Action, Sci-Fi 92 mins

In this Seattle-set police thriller, a police detective tries to bring a band of adolescent arms dealers to justice. He manages to capture one, but he is under-age and cannot be prosecuted as an adult. Meanwhile someone is quietly slaughtering the youth's gang mates, leaving the police detective to try to save him from the same fate.

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Eric Roberts

as Dylan Cooper

Laurie Holden

as Ally Marsey

Saul Rubinek

as Bookkeeper


International Releases Dates

United States 11 October 1996

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