Lady Jayne: Killer

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Lady Jane: Killer
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Directed by Mark L. Lester
Written byJeffrey Goldenberg
C. Courtney Joyner
Produced byMark L. Lester
Dana Dubovsky
Starring Erika Eleniak
Julie du Page
Adam Baldwin
James Remar
Louis Mandylor
CinematographyJoao Fernandes
Edited byDonn Aron
Daniel Macena
Music byRichard McHugh
Distributed byAmerican World Pictures
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Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States

Betrayal (also known as Lady Jayne: Killer) is a thriller film released in 2003. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Julie du Page, Adam Baldwin, James Remar and Louis Mandylor.


Film synopsis

Jayne Ferré (du Page) is a professional assassin that works for the Mafia. When one of her hits goes wrong, she ends up with a suitcase full of a million dollars that belongs to mob boss Frank Bianci (Louis Mandylor). Knowing that he has put a price on her head, Ferré decides to leave Los Angeles and ends up hitching a ride with Kerry, a teenager running from a drug dealer, and his mother, Emily (Eleniak).

After agreeing to cover their expenses, Jayne, Emily, and Kerry head for Texas. During the ride, their car breaks down which forces them to spend a night in a motel. On the night, Kerry discovers Jayne's money and decides to return to LA to pay his debt.

When Jayne finds out, she kidnaps Emily and they go to LA after Kerry to recover her money. Emily manages to escape, and stumbles upon Alex Tyler, an FBI agent who agrees to protect her and to take her to her son.



The film DVD premiered on 2003 in Italy, Netherlands, Finland, Spain, United States, and Germany.

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