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Beyond Forgiveness (19-Sep-1995)

Original Title: Blood of the Innocent

Director: Bob Misiorowski

Writers: Charles Cohen; Anatoly Niman

Music by: Vladimir Horunzhy

Producers: John Newton Cohen; Anatoly A. Fradis; Trevor Short

Keywords: Action/Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Ian Griffith
18-Mar-1962   Hollow Point
Rutger Hauer
23-Jan-1944   Blade Runner
John Rhys-Davies
5-May-1944   Gimli the dwarf in Lord of the Rings


Thomas Ian Griffith   ...   Frank
Joanna Trzepiecinska   ...   Anna
Rutger Hauer   ...   Dr. Lem
John Rhys-Davies   ...   Shmuda
Artur Zmijewski   ...   Marty
Bozena Szymanska   ...   Patty
Jerzy Karaszkiewicz   ...   Stan the Barman
Cezary Poks   ...   Courier
Jacek Poks   ...   Driver
Aleksander Wysocki   ...   Scarface
Ryszard Ronczewski   ...   Chicago Priest
Jerry Flynn   ...   FBI Agent Reed
Leon Niemczyk   ...   Polish Priest
Witold Debicki   ...   Bakery Owner
Ilona Kucinska   ...   Sasha's Mother
Marcin Szpil   ...   Sasha
Dominika Ostalowska   ...   Sonia
Julian Mere   ...   Zelepukhin's Driver
Jan Prochyra   ...   Zelepukhin
Andrzej Zielinski   ...   Bielski
Stanislaw Brejdygant   ...   Morszytn
Hanna Dunowska   ...   Dr. Lem's Assistant
Stanislaw Banasiuk   ...   Disco Owner
Wladyslaw Komar   ...   Thug
Jacek Godek   ...   Meat Packing Plant Manager
Adrianna Jerzmanowska   ...   TV Reporter
Michal Banach   ...   Guard at Mental Hospital
Bene Rychter   ...   Thug at Mental Hospital


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