My Silent Partner Trailer

My Silent Partner Trailer (2006)

26 September 2006 Action, Thriller 82 mins

A San Francisco policewoman (Going) accepts a favor from a local crime boss to counter a nasty child custody battle with her ex-husband, and finds herself dangerously entangled with the mob.

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Cast

Joanna Going

as Phyllis Webber

Greg Evigan

as Steven Weber

Nelson Wong

as Jeffrey Wong

Tim Conlon

as Billy Sullivan

Crew

Ron Oliver

Director

George Campbell

George Campbell Director of Photography

International Titles

L'informatrice - La loi à un prix Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 26 September 2006

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