VHS box cover
|Directed by||Jean-Marie Pallardy|
|Produced by||Jean-Marie Pallardy
Allen G. Rainer
|Written by||Edward John Francis (Jean-Marie Pallardy)|
|Music by||Jon Lord|
|Edited by||Bruno Zincone|
|Distributed by||Trans World Entertainment|
|Country||France, Turkey, United States|
White Fire (also known as Vivre Pour Survivre and Le Diamant) is a 1985 French-American-Italian-Turkish thriller film by Jean-Marie Pallardy. It stars Robert Ginty, Fred Williamson, Gordon Mitchell and Jess Hahn. The title song of the film is White Fire, sung by rock group Limelight.
A brother and sister that are employees at a diamond mineshaft company stumble upon the discovery of a legendary diamond, the "White Fire", and a band of criminals set out to take it from them.
- White Fire on Internet Movie Database
- Nanarland.com, French-language reviews of the film with images, sound files, video files and music
- Video Junkie review
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