The take, produced by David Kanter, Bard Dorros and Philippe Rousselet ; written by Andrew Baldwin and James Watkins ; directed by James Watkins
The work The take, produced by David Kanter, Bard Dorros and Philippe Rousselet ; written by Andrew Baldwin and James Watkins ; directed by James Watkins represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Dallas Public Library.

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  • The take, produced by David Kanter, Bard Dorros and Philippe Rousselet ; written by Andrew Baldwin and James Watkins ; directed by James Watkins
Main title
  • The take
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  • produced by David Kanter, Bard Dorros and Philippe Rousselet ; written by Andrew Baldwin and James Watkins ; directed by James Watkins
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Michael Mason, a pick-pocket living in Paris, steals a bag with a teddy bear in it. Not realizing the toy contains a timed bomb, he tosses it aside on a busy street--and a few seconds later it explodes, killing four people. Tagged as a terrorist threat by the French police, Mason goes on the run. Meanwhile, unruly CIA agent Sean Briar discovers that the explosion was set up by a select group within the French Interior Ministry as a decoy to steal half a billion dollars from a bank. Sean and Mason, though on different sides of the law, collaborate to bring the corrupt members of the Ministry down
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: R; for violence, language and some nudity, CHV rating: 14A
OCLC Number
  • 967234594
Runtime
  • 93
Technique
  • live action
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