Betrayal (2003)

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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 »


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

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7 March 2007 | xredgarnetx
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| Entertaining "B" thriller
BETRAYAL is terrific little crime actioner, a Mark Lester job, that entertains from beginning to end. A lethal lady, played by sexy Parisian actress Julie Du Page, is on the run with a million bucks of mob money. Several people, including a police detective played by Adam Baldwin of SERENITY fame, are hot on her trail. She ends up in the company of a mom (the luscious Erica Eleniak) and her teenage son (Jeremy Lelliott), and all hell breaks loose when the son finds the money. Plenty of people die, there are some car chases, and the ending features a decent cat fight between the two Eleniak and Du Page. I am with those who think Eleniak deserves better roles than she normally gets, but better she is working than not at all. "B" movie stalwart James Remar plays an FBI agent who hooks up with Eleniak, although he is given little to do. The focus is on the two extremely beautiful women, which was fine with me. Du Page has a shower scene, guys.

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Release Date:

1 August 2003

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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Budget:

$750,000 (estimated)

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