Double Take (1998 film)

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Double Take
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Directed by Mark L. Lester
Written byEdward and Ralph Rugoff
Starring Craig Sheffer
CinematographyPeter Benison
Edited byStephen Fanfara
Music by Paul Zaza
Release date
Running time
86 minutes
CountriesUnited States

Double Take is a 1998 thriller film directed by Mark L. Lester. It follows a writer who believes he helped wrongly convict a man in an assassination, pulling him into a world of espionage and murder.




Chris Parry of wrote: "If you catch this late at night on TV, you may be tempted to watch til the end just to see how awful it can get. Do yourself a favor, fight that urge." [1]

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  1. Chris Parry (2003-01-11). "Movie Review - Double Take (1998)".