Directed by Maurizio Lucidi
Brand New 2K Master! Screen greats Roger Moore (The Spy Who Loved Me, Gold) and Stacy Keach (The Long Riders, The Ninth Configuration) co-star in this hard-hitting Euro-Crime thriller of a Mafia deal gone bad by cult filmmaker Maurizio Lucidi (The Designated Victim). An ancient cross, stuffed with a cache of pure heroin worth millions, is transported from Sicily to a catherdral in San Francisco. Three workers supervising the loading of the huge icon are brutally murdered and their attackers make off with the precious cargo. Enraged by this escapade, the district’s Godfather calls on sly attorney Ulisse (Moore), who in turn enlists the help of his friend and getaway driver Charlie Hanson (Keach), to get to the bottom of the dilemma. Across two continents, the pair stalk their prey with deadly precision in a heart-pounding race against time, until the final confrontation—a bloody battle to the death.
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