Five Desperate Hours Trailer

Five Desperate Hours Trailer (1997)

"In seconds, their paths crossed. In hours, their lives changed." 05 October 1997 90 mins

Joseph Grange (Giancarlo Esposito), an unstable fugitive from the law, bursts into the home of suburban housewife Claire Ballard (Sharon Lawrence), and an intense hostage drama begins. Desperate to save her life, Claire initiates a dialogue with Grange as a trigger-happy SWAT team waits outside poised to storm the house. Claire, herself the product of a troubled past, begins to identify with the tormented Grange and, over five tension-filled hours, victim and captor forge an unlikely bond.

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Cast

Sharon Lawrence

as Clair Ballard

Giancarlo Esposito

as Joseph Grange

Daniel Hugh Kelly

as Jim Ballard

Rocky Carroll

as Lt. Frank Early

Crew

Dan Lerner

Director

International Titles

Fünf Stunden Todesangst Trailer

Amenazada Trailer

Epätoivon tunnit Trailer

5 Horas de Desespero Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 07 April 1999

United States 05 October 1997

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