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Push (29-Jan-2009)

Director: Paul McGuigan

Writer: David Bourla

Keywords: Sci-Fi

Two young American nationals blessed with special abilities must race against a shadowy entity to locate a missing girl.

ABSTRACT
Nick Grant, a young man endowed with special powers enabling him to move objects with his mind thanks to an experiment performed by a shadowy arm of the American government called "the Division", lives a life of anonymity in Hong Kong following his father's ignominious demise at the hands of Division agents. Nick's hopes for a relatively normal life in Asia are dashed when he comes into contact with Cassie Holmes, a thirteen-year old clairvoyant in much the same boat who requires his assistance in retrieving Kira, a young "pusher" with knowledge crucial to undermining the Division's operations living somewhere in Hong Kong.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Camilla Belle
Actor
2-Oct-1986   When a Stranger Calls
Scott Michael Campbell
Actor
14-Aug-1971   Radioland Murders
Cliff Curtis
Actor
27-Jul-1968   Whale Rider
Chris Evans
Actor
13-Jun-1981   The Fantastic Four
Dakota Fanning
Actor
23-Feb-1994   Uptown Girls
Clementine Ford
Actor
29-Jun-1979   The Young and the Restless
Joel Gretsch
Actor
20-Dec-1963   Tom Baldwin on The 4400
Djimon Hounsou
Actor
24-Apr-1964   In America
Ming-Na
Actor
20-Nov-1963   ER, voice of Mulan
Maggie Siff
Actor
21-Jun-1974   Tara Knowles on Sons of Anarchy

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