Bolt (1994 film)

Bolt is a 1995 drama film directed by Henri Colline and George Mendeluk and starring Richard Grieco in the title role as a New Jersey biker. After fleeing west to escape a gang war, Bolt becomes romantically involved with Native American Patty Deerheart (Sean Young),[1] and is compelled to battle to protect her family from a land runner. The appearance of former gang rival Billy Niles (Michael Ironside) on the reservation causes the conflict to escalate into a violent climax. It was released on DVD as Rebel Run in 1999.[2]

Bolt
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Directed byHenri Colline
George Mendeluk
Written byHenri Colline (screenplay)
Rod Hewitt, Fabienne Rigaud (story)
Produced byRod Hewitt (executive producer)
StarringRichard Grieco
Michael Ironside
Sean Young
CinematographyGerald B. Wolfe
Edited byMark Sanders
Music byChris Squire
Release date
1995
Running time
93 minutes
LanguageEnglish

The movie received generally poor reviews, and Sean Young later said that the cast referred to the film as "Blot".[1]

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