|Directed by||Phillip J. Roth|
|Produced by||Christian McIntire
Phillip J. Roth
|Written by||Patrick Phillips
Phillip J. Roth
|Music by||Jim Goodwin
|Cinematography||Philip D. Schwartz|
|Editing by||Christian McIntire|
|Distributed by||New City Releasing|
|Running time||89 min.|
The main character, Ray Stokes (Olivier Gruner) is a down-on-his luck police officer on a distant, corruptly-ruled mining colony. He has already lost his wife Dana (Anna Karin) to his corrupt boss, John Dawson (Craig Wasson), not from any failure in romantic rivalry, but as part of a deal to pay off their dead daughter's medical bills: making her Dawson's "Contract Wife".
Samuel Nelson, an Enforcement Division Chief of Security, (Harry Wowchuk), is sent to clean up the Colony's local Enforcement Division, but is killed in the course of his investigation. Stokes is framed for the murder of another ED officer, also killed by Nelson's assassin. However, Dawson is implicated in Nelson's death and wants to avoid any enquiry. He sends Stokes on a six month trip to Earth, protecting a cargo of cash. Meanwhile the crew of The Endeavour have planned to intercept the money ship whilst the crew are in hibernation. The interception occurs, Stokes and Beth Sheffield (Alicia Coppola), the attractive female navigator are the only survivors of the ensuing gun play, they steal the money and buy the mining colony. The evil boss is arrested, and presumably they all live happily ever after.
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