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Hard target
Damme, Jean-Claude van, 1960-
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Universal City, CA : Universal Home Video, [1993]

Physical Description:
1 videodisc (97 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
The thrill of the hunt. It's the ultimate drug, and the more intense the rush, the higher the price. Banking on this equation is sadistic mercenary Emil Fouchon, who is recruiting homeless combat veterans for the "amusement of his clients"-- bored tycoons who will pauy half a million dollars to stalk and kill the most challenging prey of all: man.
General Note:

Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Rated R.

Title from disc.

Videocassette release of a 1993 motion picture.

Includes production notes, cast & filmmaker's bios, film highlights and theatrical trailer.

Dolby digital, single layer.


For specific features see interactive menu.
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Concord Library DVD 45 Adult DVD Audio Visual

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Bored tycoons pay half a million dollars to stalk & kill the most challenging prey of all: Man.


John Woo's first Hollywood feature stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as Chance Boudreaux, a down-and-out Cajun merchant seaman, who, after saving a young woman, Natasha Binder (Yancy Butler), from a gang of thugs on the streets of New Orleans, agrees to help her search for her father (Chuck Pfarrer), a homeless Vietnam vet. They locate local businessman Randall Poe (Elliott Keener), for whom the vet had been working, and learn that her father has become a victim of wealthy sportsman Emil Fouchon (Lance Henriksen), who, along with his cronies, hunts homeless men as a form of recreation. After Fouchon finds out that the girl is investigating the murder of her father, he arranges for she and Chance to be ambushed, but they manage to escape into the backwoods of Louisiana -- his stomping grounds. Realizing he needs to regroup, Fouchon assembles a private army to invade the bayous. They track the pair to the rustic cabin of Chance's Uncle Douvee (Wilford Brimley), and the real fireworks begin. ~ Michael Costello, Rovi

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