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Face / Off

Rated R for intense sequences of strong violence, and for strong language.

R 138min.
 
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The third of John Woo's American-made feature films, Face/Off stars John Travolta as Sean Archer, an FBI agent obsessed with capturing Castor Troy (Nicolas Cage), a criminal genius who years before killed Archer's son while trying to assassinate the ... Read More
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Sean Archer
Castor Troy
Eve Archer
Pollux Troy
Sasha Hassler
Jamie Archer
Dietrich Hassler
Dr. Malcolm Walsh
Prison Guard Walton
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