Overdose

(1989)
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Karen, a beautiful air hostess, is implied by her fiance in international drug trafficking: drugged herself, she lets persuade to convey ten kilos of heroin from North Africa to Spain. Having narrowly escaped the police, she catches her boyfriend with another woman. Desperate and angry, she takes the drug to the sea and finds refuge with Patrick, a Spanish-American living in a castle. However, traffickers will make every effort to find her...

  1. Jean-Marie Pallardy

    Director, Writer

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  1. Laura Albert

    Laura Albert

    Karen

  2. James Short

    Patrick

  3. Jess Hahn

    Jess Hahn

    Le docteur

  4. Bruce Baron

    Michael

  5. Gordon Mitchell

    Gordon Mitchell

    Costa

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Status Released

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  • December 8, 1989
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 28m

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