|Directed by||Tibor Takács|
|Produced by||Brian Irving|
|Written by||Tibor Takács
|Music by||Guy Zerafa|
|Edited by||Neil Grieve|
|Release date(s)||22 December 1997 (Russia)|
|Running time||92 minutes|
Deathline (Redline) is a 1997 science fiction, action film starring Rutger Hauer and Yvonne Sciò. It was also released under the titles Redline and Armageddon. It is the first film between Rutger Hauer and Mark Dacascos. A Canadian - Dutch co-production it was filmed mainly in Hungary. Just over 92 minutes long.
Wade, Marina and Merrick smuggle goods in from America to a decadent high tech Russia in the near future. On his last job, Wade and his girlfriend are murdered by Merrick.
Realizing he might have some worth, Wade's body is brought back to life by a secret Russian military organisation. He later escapes from a hospital and, helped by Katya who is a double of Marina, goes after Merrick.
However Merrick used the money he stole to buy himself powerful new friends. It also turns out that Merrick is just a pawn in a bigger game with a group that plans on taking Russia over.
- Rutger Hauer as John Anderson Wade
- Mark Dacascos as Merrick
- Yvonne Scio as Marina K / Katya
- Patrick Dreikauss as Mishka
- Randall William Cook as Vanya the Special Prosecutor
- Michael Mehlman as Serge
- Ildiko Szucs as Antonia
- Istvan Kanizsai as Assistant Prosecutor
- John Thompson as Udo
- Gabor Peter Vincze as Lt. Lo
- Scott Athea as Brat
- Atilla Apra as Yamoto
- Jak Osmond as Assassin
- Roger La Page as Beggar
- Agnes Banfalvi as Russian President
- Gabor Nagy as Priest
- Rolland Kollarski as Rutger Hauer's stunt double
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