Crisis Trailer

Crisis Trailer (1997)

"Welcome to Thugland!" 19 March 1997 Drama, Action 95 mins

Alex reluctantly collects debts for the mob. Alex has led his brother Tony to believe that he is a shoe-salesman. However Alex's real talents will be desperately needed as the story unfolds. Tony has aligned himself with a group of mercenaries lead by Simon, who have agreed to deter a local scientist from using a faulty filtering system to neutralize chemical warheads. As tension mounts, Alex is forced into action against Simon and his treacherous band of terrorists. Who will live, who will die... only a killer can save the day.

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Crew

Jalal Merhi

Director

Jalal Merhi

Jalal Merhi Producer

Jalal Merhi

Jalal Merhi Executive Producer

David Doerksen

David Doerksen Executive Producer

Varouje

Original Music Composer

Curtis Petersen

Curtis Petersen Director of Photography

Carmen Milenkovic

Carmen Milenkovic Production Design

International Titles

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Final Crisis Trailer

Krisi Trailer

International Releases Dates

Canada 19 March 1997

Germany 04 August 1997

United States 22 June 1999

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