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Français : Luc Besson au festival de Cannes.

Français : Luc Besson au festival de Cannes. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Français : Luc Besson au festival de Cannes. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A man wrongly convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage against the U.S. is offered his freedom if he can rescue the president’s daughter from an outer space prison taken over by violent inmates.

Directed by James Mather Stephen St. Leger

Writers Screenplay Stephen St. Leger & James Mather & Luc Besson Original idea Luc Besson

Producers Luc Besson … executive producer Marc Libert … producer Leila Smith … producer Andjelija Vlaisavljevic … executive producer

Cast – in credits order Guy Pearce … Snow Maggie Grace … Emilie Warnock Vincent Regan … Alex Joseph Gilgun … Hydell Lennie James … Shaw Peter Stormare … Langral Jacky Ido … Hock Tim Plester … Mace Mark Tankersley … Barnes Anne-Solenne Hatte … Kathryn Peter Hudson … President Warnock Nick Hardin … Hostage Negotiator Dan Savier … Duke Damijan Oklopdzic … Slick Bojan Peric … LOPD Technician 1 Evan Timothy Moses¹ … LOPD Technician 2 Greg De Cuir … Radio Technician Thomas Kelly … White House Doctor 1 Daryl Fidelak … White House Doctor 2 Miodrag Stevanovic … Frank Armstrong Charles Robertson … Safe Room Technician Michael Sopko … Rupert Yan Dron … Hitman 1 Vanja Lazin … Hitman 2 Marko Janjic … LOPD Pilot 1 Stefan Buzurovic … LOPD Pilot 2 Pete Chaffey … MS1 Control Room Doctor Bojana Bregovic … Secretary Milorad Kapor … Scar Jason Ryan … Corridor Inmate with Knife Jovan B. Todorovic … New Technician Milana Milunovic … Street Girl Patrick Cauderlier … Shuttle Pilot Other credited cast listed alphabetically Gary Hetzler … ADR (voice) Charlie Kranz … ADR (voice) Mark Schrier … ADR (voice

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