Muscle-bound, heavily-accented John Kruger is employed by the Witness Protection Program as an "eraser." In other words, he wipes out a witness's identity in order to save him or her from potential harm. One such person is beautiful Lee Cullen, who possesses vital information regarding super high-tech weapons -- and a government conspiracy connected to them. Krueger's job protecting Cullen will lead to some action-packed, death-defying adventures for the pair, as gunmen and goons and even alligators seem to be waiting for them around every corner. Furthermore, a traitor within the Witness Protection Program is hell-bent on violently erasing Krueger himself.
Released theatrically in the USA June 21, 1996.
Color by Technicolor; in Panavision widescreen and DTS Sound/SDDS (Sony Dynamic Digital Sound).
Additional cast: John Slattery (Corman); Michael Papajohn (Schiff); John Snyder (Sal) and K. Todd Freeman (Dutton).
Additional credits: Michael S. Chernuchin (story) and Mike Benson (second unit camera).
Arnold Schwarzenegger's wife Maria Shriver suggested Vanessa Williams for the role of Lee Cullen.
Rated BBFC 18 by the British Board of Film Classification.