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The DVD cover
|Directed by||Fred Olen Ray|
|Produced by||Fred Olen Ray|
|Written by||Sean McGinly|
|Music by||Jay Bolton|
|Edited by||Michael Kuge|
A man finds out that he was brainwashed to kill an important government official.
The film has been met with generally mixed reviews. Keith Baley of Radio Times criticized the storyline and the pacing of the film stating, "Plagued by nightmares and flashbacks to events he cannot remember, Michael Dudikoff takes much longer than the audience to realise he's not who he thinks he is, and even longer to find out he's the key element of a planned assassination in this Total Recall inspired thriller. Suspect Device did something similar to this four years earlier (even using one of the same key locations), and at least did it with some zip and crowd-pleasing action. Though director Fred Olen Ray makes this look better than his usual efforts, it's an endless talkfest that becomes as numbing as the many faces that get punched in the course of the movie - which is about as exciting as the action gets."
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