|Director(s)||William A. Seiter|
|Producer(s)||William A. Seiter (uncredited)|
|Top Genres||Crime, Drama, Film Noir, Romance|
Borderline (1950) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by William A. Seiter.
Borderline (2002 TVM)By John Grant on Nov 5, 2015 From Noirish
Germany, US, South Africa / 90 minutes / color / ApolloMedia Filmproduktion, MPCA, MPCE. Dir: Evelyn Maude Purcell Pr: Adam Richman, David Lancaster, Brad Krevoy, Frank H?bner Scr: David Loucka Cine: Michael Brierley Cast: Gina Gershon, Michael Biehn, Sean Patrick Flanery, Rae Allen, Eddie Driscoll,... Read full article
BorderlineBy Michael on Mar 8, 2012 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
Borderline (Lyne Charlebois, 2007) Adapted from Marie-Sissi Labr?che's novel, Borderline is the story of a woman who suffers from the syndrome of being "borderline". This is a state of mind that makes these people emotionally fragile. They have a problem differencing their inside and outside emotio... Read full article
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Madeleine Haley, aka Gladys LaRue: I'm quitting, Mr. Whittaker.
Whittaker: Quitting, nonsense. You've shown yourself admirably equipped for this assignment. Isn't that right, McEvoy?
Johnny McEvoy, aka Johnny Macklin: She has excellent equipment. And doesn't hesitate to use it.
[Johnny and Madeleine's car is pursued by Ritchie and his thugs]
Madeleine Haley, aka Gladys LaRue: Can't you go faster?
Johnny McEvoy, aka Johnny Macklin: Maybe if I got out and pushed.
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After the original 1950 copyright lapsed in the 1970's, the film was considered to be in the public domain, and so found its way into the inventory of countless independent videotape and DVD distributors.
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