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Montana (1998 film)

DVD cover
Directed by Jennifer Leitzes
Produced by Sean Cooley
Zane W. Levitt
Mark Yellen
Written by Erich Hoeber
Jon Hoeber
Starring Kyra Sedgwick
Stanley Tucci
Robin Tunney
Robbie Coltrane
Music by Cliff Eidelman
Cinematography Ken Kelsch
Editing by Norman Buckley
Distributed by Initial Entertainment Group
Release date(s) January 16, 1998 (Sundance Film Festival)
Running time 96 minutes
Country  United States
Language English
Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)

Montana is an American crime film released in 1998, directed by Jennifer Leitzes, written by Erich Hoeber and Jon Hoeber, and produced by Sean Cooley, Zane W. Levitt, and Mark Yellen.

Claire (Kyra Sedgwick) is a professional hit woman who has been targeted by her own organization. Her boss (Robbie Coltrane) gives her a low level task of retrieving his runaway girlfriend Kitty (Robin Tunney). Once Claire tracks down Kitty, she is unable to stop her from killing the boss' incompetent son (Ethan Embry).

Cast and characters

Kyra Sedgwick ... Claire Kelsky
Stanley Tucci ... Nicholas 'Nick' Roth
Robin Tunney ... Kitty
Robbie Coltrane ... The Boss
John Ritter ... Dr. Wexler
Ethan Embry ... Jimmy
Philip Seymour Hoffman ... Duncan
Mark Boone Junior ... Stykes

External links

  • Internet Movie DatabaseTemplate:Crime-drama-film-stub
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