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The peacemaker

Author: Mimi Leder
Publisher: 1997.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When a train carrying atomic warheads mysteriously crashes in the former Soviet Union, brilliant U.S. nuclear specialist Dr. Julia Kelly discovers the accident is really part of a diabolical plot to cover up the theft of the weapons. Assigned to help her recover the missing bombs is crack Special Forces Colonel Thomas Devoe, whose brash, take-no-prisoners style clashes with Kelly's more diplomatic approach.
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Genre/Form: Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mimi Leder
OCLC Number: 78534899
Notes: Action feature.
Based on the book One point safe by Andrew and Leslie Cockburn.
Credits supplied from: Internet movie database, Sept. 23, 1998.
Original distributor was Red Feather Photoplays.
Playing time on release was 123 min. in the U.S., 124 min. in the U.K. and Sweden, according to: Internet movie database, Sept. 23, 1998.
Originally released with DTS, Dolby Digital and SDDS sound.
Credits: Original music by Hans Zimmer; additional music by Frédéric Chopin (from Nocturnes); cinematography by Dietrich Lohmann; costume design by Shelley Komarov; production design by Leslie Dilley; film editing by David Rosenbloom.
Cast: George Clooney (Thomas Devoe); Nicole Kidman (Julia Kelly); Marcel Iures (Dusan Gavrich); Aleksandr Baluyev (Alexsander Kodoroff); Rene Medvesek (Vlado Mirich); Gary Werntz (Hamilton); Randall Batinkoff (Ken); Jim Haynie (General Garnett); Alexander Strobele (Shummaker); Holt McCallany (Appleton); Michael Boatman (CPN Beach); Joan Copeland (Senator Bevens); Carlos Gómez (Santiago); Armin Mueller-Stahl (Dimitri Vertikoff); Slavko Juraga (Stevo); Aleksandr Peskov (Vassily); Dejan Acimovic (driver); Harsh Nayyar (Doctor Taraki); Matt Adler (Alan); Tamara Tunie (Jody); Aleksandr Yatsko (Russian corporal); Bruce MacVittie (tech); Lubomír Paulovic (Pockman); Charles Dumas (Branigan); Ramsey Faragallah (cabbie); Murphy Guyer (INS agent); Leslie Dilley (New York priest); David S. Lomax (FBI agent); Adina Porter (New York female cop); Hubert Kramer (Kordech guard); Alma Cuervo (UN representative); Sebastian Roché (German backpacker); Blaise Corrigan (FBI agent); Gordon Catlin (gunner); John Ottavio (FBI agent); Goran Visnjic (Bazta sergeant); Jay Acovone (cop); Hannah Werntz (piano student); James Colby (limo driver); Jean Rogers (Sarajevo CNN representative); Matt Winston (UN official); Terry Serpico, Jerry Dixon (snipers); Thom Mathews (Major Rich Numbers); David Lagle (pilot); Louis Mustillo (Costello); Bozidar Smiljanic (Serb minister); Michael Potts, Richard Poe (DOE techs); Slobodan Dimitrijevic (Serb official); Martin.
Nikodym (Polish IFOR soldier); Charles Cavalier (angry motorist); Jerome Jamal Hardeman (pilot); David Hamilton Simonds (Philly agent); Irmelin Mai Hoffer (Vienna cafe singer); Chuck Cooper (NYPD cop); Jono Kouzouyan (Bazta merchant); Jared Chandler (marine); Evert Sooster (Praporshik); Branko Lustig (man with poodle); Matthew Sussman (National Guard captain); Bill Christ (DOE agent); William Hill (agent); Bernie McInerney (Carey); Andrea Doven (Kelly Girl); James DuMont (young sniper); Mark W. Johnson (CIA agent); Aleksandr Kuznetsov (Russian controller); Ed Semenov (radio officer); Bruce Gray (CNN newscaster); Endre Hules (older major).
Other Titles: Peacemaker (Motion picture : 1997)
Peace-maker (Motion picture : 1997)
Responsibility: DreamWorks SKG ; directed by Mimi Leder ; screenplay by Michael Schiffer ; executive producers, Michael Grillo and Laurie MacDonald ; co-executive producer, John Wells ; producers, Branko Lustig and Walter F. Parkes ; co-producers, Andrew Cockburn, Leslie Cockburn, Pat Kehoe.

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When a train carrying atomic warheads mysteriously crashes in the former Soviet Union, brilliant U.S. nuclear specialist Dr. Julia Kelly discovers the accident is really part of a diabolical plot to cover up the theft of the weapons. Assigned to help her recover the missing bombs is crack Special Forces Colonel Thomas Devoe, whose brash, take-no-prisoners style clashes with Kelly's more diplomatic approach.

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