Hitman (1997 film)

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Hitman
Directed by R. Dani
Produced by Jonathan Karlsen
Written by R. Dani
Starring Phil Novak
Daniel O'Meara
Wendy Thomas
Music by François Evans
Cinematography Chris Merry
Edited by Michael Harrowes
Distributed by Sub Rosa Studios
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)
Running time
115 min
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Hitman is a 1997 action film directed by R. Dani and Roberto Roarke, starring Danny O'Meara, Todd Edwards, and Phil Novak.

Plot[edit]

Lucky Delon is a prizefighter who is approached by a gangster, BMF, to throw his next fight. Refusing to be intimidated, Lucky knocks his opponent out and skips town. There is no escape for Lucky, however, when the gangster's henchman catches up with him. Unless he makes amends by doing a hit, he is dead. Faced with no choice, Lucky goes to a bar, where he meets Harvey "The Hitman" Roach, a professional killer who instructs Lucky in the art of being a hitman. But just as Lucky is getting used to having a hitman for a mentor, the BMF springs a new trap that results in a violent and bloody showdown.

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