Knife Fight (film)
Knife Fight is a 2012 American political thriller film starring Rob Lowe, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jamie Chung, Richard Schiff, Amanda Crew, Julie Bowen and Ryan Alosio. It is directed by Bill Guttentag and co-written by Bill Guttentag and former Al Gore spokesman Chris Lehane. The film was shot in San Francisco, California. The film premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival and was released theatrically in the United States on January 25, 2013 and was released on demand and digitally on January 28, 2013. Davey Havok of the band AFI makes an appearance.
|Directed by||Bill Guttentag|
|Produced by||Catherine Davila|
|Written by||Bill Guttentag|
|Distributed by||Myriad Pictures |
A political strategist juggles three clients while facing the moral issues of his profession.
- Rob Lowe as Paul Turner
- Julie Bowen as Peaches O'Dell
- Saffron Burrows as Sophia Becker
- Jamie Chung as Kerstin Rhee
- David Harbour as Stephen Green
- Eric McCormack as Larry Becker
- Jennifer Morrison as Angela Anderson
- Lorraine Toussaint as Brenda Davis
- Carrie-Anne Moss as Penelope Nelson
- Richard Schiff as Dimitris Vargas
- Amanda Crew as Helena St. John
- Michelle Krusiec as Shannon Huang
- Chris Mulkey as Roger Fillmore
- Davey Havok as Jimmy McSorley
- Eddie George as Tony Blanchard
- Kurt Yaeger as Oliver Kennedy
- Shirley Manson as Nicole
- Frankie Shaw as Samantha
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