Born to Fight (1989 film)

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Born to Fight
Directed by Bruno Mattei
Produced by Franco Gaudenzi
Written by Claudio Fragasso
Starring Brent Huff
John van Dreelen
Werner Pochath
Music by Al Festa
Cinematography Richard Grassetti
Edited by Bruno Mattei
Distributed by Flora Film
Release date
July 17, 1989 (Portugal)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Italy
Language English

Born to Fight (aka Nato per combattere) is a 1989 action film, starring Brent Huff, John van Dreelen, Werner Pochath and Mary Stavin. The film was shot on Philippines due to low budget in 1988 and is the third time − after Strike Commando 2 (1988) and Cop Game (1988) − when Brent Huff worked with director Bruno Mattei.


Super tough Vietnam Veteran Sam Woods (Huff) is a survivor of a vicious prison camp where he was brutally and painfully tortured before finally managing to escape. When Wood returned to rescue his friends, he found that they were already dead. Some time later a woman named Maryline Kane (Stavin) offers him a tremendous amount of money if he will accompany her back to the area where the prison camp was to do interviews for a documentary story. It all turns out to be a lie − her father is now a prisoner of that same camp where Wood was tortured, and she knows that only a man like Wood can help set him free. Sam adopt a proposal, but then situation came out to be much more complicated, because the camp is now run by an old nemesis Duan Loc (Pochath).


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