Betrayal (2003)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller

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Jayne Ferré needs to get out of Los Angeles fast. A strikingly beautiful woman, yet ruthless assassin for the mob; she is on the run with a suitcase full of a million dollars in blood money... See full summary »




  • Julie du Page in Betrayal (2003)
  • Julie Du Page with Brett Morrison on the set of "Betrayal"
  • Julie du Page in Betrayal (2003)
  • Erika Eleniak, James Remar, and Julie du Page in Betrayal (2003)
  • Julie du Page in Betrayal (2003)
  • Erika Eleniak, Adam Baldwin, James Remar, and Julie du Page in Betrayal (2003)

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31 October 2003 | maeander
| Beautiful women with guns, crooked cops and a cat fight to the death!
As thrillers go, there are a few surprises here. For awhile the film seems as though it might go in an interesting unexpected direction before it heads back into standard thriller mode. Had the main protagonists been male, the story would have been too obvious. Putting women in the "tough guy" leads made a nice variation. Still, you cannot expect too much. Once the final chase starts, it's all more or less by the numbers.

The music tries very hard to add tension where there isn't any. The pacing tends towards slow. The story has more than enough holes in it. The acting is okay, but not inspiring. With almost no nudity and no steamy love story it is definitely not an "erotic thriller". The entire production value is equal to the average cable channel movie of the week.

Neither it's theatrical title (Betrayal) or it's DVD title (Lady Jayne: Killer) really fit. It's not a bad film, but I couldn't recommend it. Still, I spent 90 minutes watching it, maybe you'd like to do the same.

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Release Date:

1 August 2003



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Box Office


$750,000 (estimated)

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