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Safe House is a 2012 American action thriller film directed by Daniel Espinosa. The film follows Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds), a CIA officer on a low-level posting in Cape Town who is in charge of a safe house where the CIA is interrogating Tobin Frost (Denzel Washington), a veteran operative who has allegedly betrayed the agency. When the safe house is attacked by mercenaries who kill most of the operatives, Weston flees with Frost in his charge so they are now on the run. As the team of killers, who seem to be one step ahead of the pair track them throughout Cape Town, Weston wonders who to trust.

Filming took place in Cape Town, South Africa. The film premiered in New York City on February 7, 2012, and was released in U.S. theaters on February 10, 2012. The film earned mixed reviews, with praise for Washington and Reynolds performances, but negative criticisms for the screenplay and the editing on the action scenes. Nevertheless, Safe House was a commercial success. It earned $208 million worldwide against a $85 million budget.


In Cape Town, South Africa, junior CIA officer Matt Weston is serving as a housekeeper , an operative in charge of securing and maintaining a local CIA safe house in case of an operation. He calls his mentor and immediate superior, David Barlow, and inquires about a station in Paris, where he hopes to follow his live-in girlfriend Ana, a young French physician about to start her residency. Barlow tells him he is likely underqualified for the position, which frustrates Matt as he has not had a houseguest during his year long tenure, and thus has been unable to gain field experience. Barlow promises to revisit the issue in a few months.

Elsewhere in Cape Town, ex-CIA NOC operative turned international criminal Tobin Frost acquires a data storage device from rogue MI6 officer Alec Wade. A team of mercenaries attacks them and kills Wade. Frost flees and, out of options, surrenders to the American consulate.

A team led by veteran Daniel Kiefer transfers Frost to Weston s safe house in order to interrogate him for intelligence before he is returned to the US. Weston watches uneasily as Kiefer s team waterboards Frost. The mercenaries, led by Vargas, attack the safe house and kill Kiefer and his team. Weston escapes with Frost.

Weston contacts Barlow at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, along with Catherine Linklater, the operative in charge of Frost s interrogation and Kiefer s superior, and CIA Deputy Director Harlan Whitford, who is overseeing the operation. Linklater orders Weston to lie low and await further instructions.

Frost begins to manipulate Weston, insisting that someone within the CIA gave away their location to the mercenaries and that Weston will be forced to take the fall if things go wrong. Weston contacts Ana, giving her a cover story that his office has been threatened and suggesting she stay with friends when it appears their apartment is under surveillance. Barlow tells Weston to go to Cape Town Stadium where he retrieves a GPS device containing the location of another safe house, but Frost creates a diversion and escapes. Weston, detained by the police, escapes and is forced to fire at them.

Weston contacts Langley to report Frost s escape. After hearing that Weston fired at the police, Linklater orders him to visit the nearest American embassy for debriefing. When Whitford tells him we ll take it from here , Weston decides to pursue Frost himself as Frost had warned him that when he heard that phrase ( we ll take it from here ), that was when Weston should become concerned about his own safety. Linklater and Barlow go to South Africa themselves. En route, Linklater suggests that Weston has joined Frost, which Barlow refutes. Weston meets with Ana and admits he is in the CIA, urging her to return to Paris and to tell anyone who asks that they broke up a week ago in order to protect her.

Weston tracks Frost to a township in Langa, where Frost meets Carlos Villar, an old friend and document forger, who provides him with travel documents but suggests that he leave his life of crime behind. Vargas team attacks again, killing Carlos and his family, but Weston helps Frost escape. Weston brutally interrogates one of Vargas wounded mercenaries, who reveals that Vargas is working for the CIA, which is seeking to retrieve the storage device from Frost. As they bandage their wounds, Frost urges Weston not to kill innocent people, telling the story of how he was forced to kill an air traffic controller while on a mission. He later learned that he was simply part of a plot to assassinate a whistle-blower who would expose wetwork committed by the CIA.

Weston takes Frost to the new safe house, where Weston keeps the housekeeper, Keller, at gunpoint. Keller attacks and severely wounds Weston before Weston kills him. Frost reveals the device contains evidence of corruption and bribery involving the CIA, MI6, and other intelligence agencies, put together from a Mossad intelligence report. Frost leaves Weston, who passes out from blood loss.

Meanwhile, Linklater informs Barlow of the device s existence, but not its contents. Barlow kills her and travels to the safe house where he reveals that he is Vargas employer. He confirms that the file contains incriminating evidence against him, and encourages Weston to lie about what has happened. Frost returns and kills Vargas team but is fatally wounded by Barlow. Weston then shoots and kills Barlow. As he dies, Frost gives Weston the file, saying he is a better man than Frost.

Back in the United States, Weston meets with Director Whitford, who informs Weston that unflattering facts about the CIA must be removed from his report, but that he will be promoted. He asks Weston about the file s location but Weston denies knowing about it. Whitford states that whoever has those files will have many enemies. Weston assures Whitford that he will take it from here,“ visibly shaking Whitford s hand, and leaves. He leaks the files to the media, incriminating personnel from many intelligence agencies, including Whitford. Weston travels to Paris and covertly observes Ana while she sits with friends in a cafe. She notices him across the street and smiles before he walks away, content that she is safe.


  • Denzel Washington as Tobin Frost
  • Ryan Reynolds as Matt Weston
  • Vera Farmiga as Catherine Linklater
  • Brendan Gleeson as David Barlow
  • Sam Shepard as Harlan Whitford
  • Rubén Blades as Carlos Villar
  • Nora Arnezeder as Ana Moreau
  • Robert Patrick as Daniel Kiefer
  • Liam Cunningham as Alec Wade
  • Joel Kinnaman as Keller
  • Fares Fares as Vargas


Safe House: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by

Ramin Djawadi
Released February 21, 2012
Genre Film score
Length 68:51
Label Varèse Sarabande 067137
Producer Ramin Djawadi
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Ramin Djawadi composed the score to the film.

Track listing

All music by Ramin Djawadi.

No. Title Length
1. Safe House 3:15
2. A Hundred Lies a Day 3:15
3. Get in the Trunk 4:24
4. Do I Make You Nervous? 3:07
5. I Used to Be Innocent Like You 2:11
6. Tobin Frost 2:19
7. Off the Grid 3:27
8. Do What You Have to Do 4:48
9. Don t Kill Innocent People 3:45
10. Who Do You Work For? 3:44
11. Walk Away 6:03
12. People Change 2:16
13. Be Better Than Me 4:11
14. Langa 6:14
15. More Past Than Future 3:19
16. 12 Months 3:05
17. Truth 3:42
18. I ll Take It From Here 5:46
Total length: 68:51

Songs used in the film but not included in the soundtrack album were:

  • Rebel Blues performed by Lëk Sèn
  • No Church in the Wild performed by Kanye West & Jay-Z featuring Frank Ocean


The film premiered in New York City on February 7, 2012, and was released in U.S. theaters on February 10, 2012. Safe House was released to Blu-ray and DVD on June 5, 2012 in the United States.


Box office

The film grossed $126,373,434 in North America and $81,702,771 in other territories, for a worldwide total of $208,076,205.

Safe House earned $13.6 million on opening day, and $40.1 million over the weekend including $10.5 million overseas, ranking in second place to The Vow. The film was Denzel Washington s second-biggest opener, behind American Gangster ($43,565,115) and Ryan Reynolds sixth-biggest opener, behind Deadpool ($132.4 million), Deadpool 2 ($125,507,153), X-Men Origins: Wolverine ($85,058,003), Pokémon Detective Pikachu ($54,365,242), and Green Lantern ($53,174,303). In its second weekend, it became #1 at the box office with $23,641,575, beating The Vow. It was the second film in 2012 to cross the $100 million mark domestically behind The Vow and the fourth film to cross the $100 million mark worldwide behind Underworld: Awakening, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, and The Vow.

Critical response

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 53% based on 194 reviews; the average rating is 5.70/10. The site s consensus reads, Safe House stars Washington and Reynolds are let down by a thin script and choppily edited action sequences. On Metacritic the film holds an average weighted score of 52 out of 100 based on 36 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale.


In September 2012, it was announced that Universal had hired screenwriter David Guggenheim to write a script for a possible sequel.

Year 2012
ReleaseDate 2012-02-10
RuntimeMins 115
RuntimeStr 1h 55min
Plot A young CIA agent is tasked with looking after a fugitive in a safe house. But when the safe house is attacked, he finds himself on the run with his charge.
Awards Awards, 1 win & 7 nominations
Directors Daniel Espinosa
Writers David Guggenheim
Stars Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds, Robert Patrick
Produced by Scott Aversano,John Bernard,Marc D. Evans,Alexa Faigen,Genevieve Hofmeyr,Trevor Macy,Adam Merims,Scott Stuber,Denzel Washington
Music by Ramin Djawadi
Cinematography by Oliver Wood
Film Editing by Richard Pearson
Casting By Sarah Finn
Production Design by Brigitte Broch
Art Direction by Nigel Churcher,Jonathan Hely-Hutchinson,Shira Hockman,Pablo Maestre Galli
Set Decoration by Melinda Launspach,Andrew McCarthy,Tom Olive
Costume Design by Susan Matheson
Makeup Department Stefano Ceccarelli,Larry M. Cherry,Natasha du Toit,Raine Edwards,Carl Fullerton,Marie Maggio,Vincenzo Mastrantonio,Ayten Morgenstern,Nadine Prigge,Kerry Skelton,Simone Stubbs,Lian van Wyk,Daleen Badenhorst,Megan Chassay,Sjaan Gillings,Chris Kelly,Malgorzata Krystyna Kloda,Amy Lederman,Michael Marino,Cailin Nicolson,Clinton Smith,Vittorio Sodano,Gerald Sutherland
Production Management Molly Allen,Diederick Appelcryn,Gilles Castera,Gigi Causey,Clinton du Preez,Patricia Hess,Adam Merims,Alan Shearer,Janine van Assen,Beatle van Graan,Jerome Albertini,Sean T. Stratton
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Trey Batchelor,Nadia Brand,Cheyenne Corre,Lynette Mitchell,Maggie Murphy,William Pruss,David Sardi,Shamiel Soni,Marcy Trout,Megan Truter,Andrew Ward,Patricia Wheeler,John Wildermuth,Alexander Witt,De Villiers Fourie,Brett Hodgkinson,Louis-Julien Petit,Bob Wilkins
Art Department Herbert Adler,Tommy Allen,David Bastiaans,Justin Bracher,Garry Brown,Darren Christian,Jim Cornish,Rial De Wet,Lucille Doman,Karl du Preez,Storm Dyssell,Silke Eckard,Jacqueline Flagg,Stephen Forrest-Smith,Jo Stuart Fox,Simon Fraser,Catherine Gaum,Hendrik Gericke,Ari Jacobs,Fritz Joubert,Heidi Koorts,Joe Krenzer,James Kriel,Arlo Markantonatos,Gabriel Metcalfe,Robert Millar,Marion Moncek,Joseph Mosikwa,Frederick Mpuuga,Andrew Orlando,Boris Piot,Clive Pollick,Marius Pretorius,Gordon Russell,Vicky Sawkins,David Scadden,Elaine Seidel,Dunia Shukarani,Douglas Smorenburg,Jacques Strick,Surisa Surisa,Dan Sweetman,Johnny Tembo,Allison Tucker,Liz van den Berg,Erica Van Den Raad,Kate Van Der Merwe,Lisa Van Der Merwe,Vosloo Van Der Merwe,Tate Van Oudtshoorn,Janni Van Staden,Kyle Young,Lori Agostino,David Thomas Cooper,Emilie Ferrenq,Andrew Gouveia,Oliver Grundy,Michael Hyman,James Klotsas,Thierry Labbe,Moray McGregor,Steven B. Melton,Samuel Pactol,Thibaut Peschard,Frank Piercy,Bob Renna,Kate Ryan,Mark Seath,Clinton Smith,Eric Smith,Jeremy Thompson,Megan van Heerden,Tate Van Oudtshoorn,Mike Villarino,Uriel Zylberman
Sound Department Christopher Assells,Bob Beher,Dave Bergstrom,John Bires,Dino Dimuro,Paul Drenning,Ezra Dweck,Julie Feiner,Damian Fermor,Nerses Gezalyan,Jeff Gomillion,Per Hallberg,Gary A. Hecker,Dan Hegeman,Chris Hogan,Daniel S. Irwin,Craig S. Jaeger,Chris Jargo,Chris Jenkins,Conrad Kuhne,Nico Louw,Anna MacKenzie,Gary Marullo,Bill Meadows,Khanya Mkhize,Frank A. Montaño,Michael A. Morongell,Philip D. Morrill,Tony Negrete,Michael Payne,Jacques Pienaar,Bertrand Roets,Peter Staubli,Greg Steele,Kelly Stewart,John C. Stuver,Dave Tourkow,David Young,Eddie Bydalek,Sean Byrnes,Kerry Carmean-Williams,Derek Casari,Charlie Charles,Greg Crawford,Jesse Dodd,Jeannine Guenther,Grant Harris,Julian Joseph,Daniel R. Kerr,Pepe Pleguezuelos,Steve Schatz,Greg Zimmerman
Special Effects by Clive Beard,Paul Brady,Julian Butterfield,Sam Conway,Neil Davies,Terry Flowers,Laurence Harvey,Julian Howard,Tyrell Kemlo,Cordell McQueen,James Murrell,Ken Petrie,Paul Pieterse,Emil Snyman,Jonathan Steyn,Calen Van Schalkwyk,Alastair Vardy,Nigel Wilkinson,A. Onomen Asikele,Corina Rosca
Visual Effects by Eva Abramycheva,Geoff Anderson,Kyle Botha,Luke Spence Byrd,Shannon Caldwell,Ryan Calloway,Zac Campbell,Crystal Choo,Rhys Claringbull,Jacob Clark,Chris Derochie,Natalia Diaz,Janeen Elliott,Daniel Elophe,Adam Estey,Ryoji Fujita,Sigurjón F. Gardarsson,Steve Garrad,Jami Gigot,Virginie Goulet,Jeremy Hattingh,Kevin Hickman,Chris Hogstead,Greg Howe-Davies,Simon Hughes,Marit Jansen,Steve Johnston,Tim Jones,Paul Kalil,Alex Lama,Jesus Lavin,Evelyne Leblond,Rick Lupton,Greg Massie,Tomoka Matsumura,Dirk Mauche,Marco Menco,Zuzana Mikus,Derrick Mitchell,Henrique Moser,Louise Mycielski,Asal Nikkhah,Eric Ponton,Peter Rabel,Maya Roza,Angel Gil Ruiz,Charlton Russeau,Ty Shelton,Yuta Shimizu,Nik Slotiuk,Ken Steel,Tarquin Steen,Thorbjorn Steen,Derek Stevenson,Mitchell Stuart,Aleksander Szkudlarek,George Taylor,Tom Truscott,Andres Vergara,Jessica Wan,Robert Yeh,Matt Yeoman,Christopher Cram,Wayne de Lange,Jason Dowdeswell,Ivan Imanishi,Andy Martinez Calzadilla,Navarro Parker,Scott Steyns,Chia-Ping Wang
Stunts Clint Abrahams,George Bailey,Andrea Bate,Lauren Bate,Arthur Berezin,Natascha Bracale,Sidwell Buthelezi,Viktoria Ciric,François Coetzer,David Davadoss,Brett Delport,Jim Dowdall,Mandisa Duna,Bradley Farmer,Herman Fontini,Sarah Franzl,Yves Girard,Evangelos Grecos,Damian Green,Kerry Gregg,James Grogan,Shaun Gunther,Dan Hirst,Adam Horton,Grant Hulley,Marc Hyland,Martin Ivanov,Olivia Jackson,Sylma Jordaan,Tolga Kenan,Gizelle Loots,Monelisi Magadla,Boswell Maloka,Mduduzi Mavimbela,Yandiswa Mayekiso,Peter Miles,Lee Millham,Percy Mogudi,Petros Muchabela,Aaron Muchanyu,Sonnyboy Ndlovu,Mark Anthony Newman,Brian Nickels,Shaamilla Noordien,Bradley Peterson,Grant Powell,Greg Powell,Emmylou Rabe,Shaun Ronaldson,Olivier Schneider,Gabriel Simelane,Alfred Sinbane,Arnold Sindane,Edgar Sindane,Michael Solomon,Johann Spilhaus,Matthew Stirling,David Lamba Sumbu,Brian Svosve,Rocky Taylor,Patrick Vo,David Ware,Nathan Wheatley,Eric Zulu,David Ali,Larry Carter,Brenda Firmani,Francois Grobbelaar,Paul Hampshire,Daniel Himschoot,Allen Irwin,Jeffro,Boris Martinez,Trayan Milenov-Troy,Anneli Muller,Travis Paterson,Tilly Powell,Craig Gordon Sobotker,Franz Spilhaus,Roy Taylor,Matthew Van Leeve
Camera and Electrical Department Daniel Abreu,Gordon Adams,Ana Alves,Will Arnot,Jens Bacher,Neil Baillie,Chris Bain,Ludwe Balintulo,Judas Banda,Sebastian Barraclough,Peter Belcher,James F. Blyth,Jasin Boland,Patrick Botha,Bruno Calvo,Joe Chess,Meike Chinnery,Frank Christians,Lars Cox,Brandon Daniels,Pierre de Villiers,Jean DeKock,Wiseman Dinizulu,Mbulelo Dlaba,Florian Emmerich,Anthony English,Ryan Faber,Manoel C. Ferreira,Dudley Fillies,Robert Gilman,Kevin Groom,Lech Gunovic,Chris Harker,Craig Hattingh,Guy Hodgen,Edrich Hollis,Clive Jackson,Gregory John,Zane Kassiem,Yossa Lesage,Peter Mabutsana,Lesley Manuel,Mbonisi Maxwell Maphongwana,Elliot Mashiyani,Brett McDowell,John Mckay,Phillip Mhlabane,Guy Micheletti,Regan Mitchell,Miroslav Moncek,Margaret Muggleston,Gary North,Godon Paterson,Justin Paterson,Nick Phillips,Ben Plant,Travers Randall,Jem Rayner,George Richmond,Brent Sauls,William Sharp,Caxton Sharu,Wayne Shields,Leon Smith,Guy Stallard,Steven Steeneberg,Leroux Swanepol,Akihiro Tanaka,Alain Tchoufon,Malcolm Thomas,Petrus van Eck,Damian Van Gass,Dylan Whitehead,Alexander Witt,Ashraf Benjamin,Lisa Bonaccorso,Dermot Brogan,Ian Congdon,Jesse Crusing,Kevin Culligan,Hein de Vos,Andy DePung,Diogo Domingues,Ashlea Tamara Downes,Antonin Drigeard,Jean-François Drigeard,Craig Grossmueller,Robert Hamilton,Zane Harrison,Des Hills,Shaheen Isaacs,Lee Jordan,Frances Kroon,Eric Larsen,George Loxton,Evan Maclachlan,Brad Maloney,Khalied Manuel,Courtney Marsh,Jefri Meintjes,Bruce Newton,Jonathan Nivison,Toby Plaskitt,Chris Summers,Andy Thomson,Nigel Tompkins,Salvatore Totino,Sven Vosloo,Patrick Vrieslaar,Jarred Waldron,William D. Wynn
Casting Department Jaci Cheiman,Tamara Hunter,Belinda Kruger,Moonyeenn Lee,Caitlin McKenna,Betsy Royall,James Sanderson-Smith,Philip Walton,Patty Connolly,Brandi S. Hawkins
Costume and Wardrobe Department Charlene Amateau,Susan Barras,Rick de Souza,Sabine Groh,Michelle Karavoussanos,Danielle Knox,Daniel Krenzer,Carolyn Marston,James Morse,Elaine Perlmann,Paris Peter,Leonie Roberts,Frank Perry Rose,Widaad Williams,Kristin Adams Achtmeyer,Darek Beeman,Kristine Berg,Patricia Colin,Stacey Daniels,Catharine Fletcher Incaprera,Tarryn Kohler,Ashleigh Lennox,Tyron Matthee,Nora Phillips Pedersen,Kelly Porter,Tamsyn Lee Wilson
Editorial Department Adam Brailsford,Kirsti Cumming,Elizabeth Czyzewski,Max Engoian,Michael Landon,Cathy Michel,Stephen Nakamura,Ray Neapolitan,John Refoua,Erik Rogers,Sean Thompson,Elliott Traeger,Tahnee Davies,Reg Nance-Kivell,Jim Passon,Ian Sullivan
Location Management Jerome Albertini,Rico Bailey,Piet Bredenhand,Ruark Du Toit,Lyall Gardiner,Andrew Hare,John Hoeks,Lane Lezar,Mali Litholi,Dumisani Mali,Mthobeli Gladstone Mali,Morten Nielsen,Gigi Potter,Santiago Quinones,Bheki Shushu,Mick Snell,Johan Van der Walt,Beatle van Graan,Etienne Van Niekerk,Joe Achard,Jerome Albertini,Arnaud Boussac,Lisa Fozzati,Deen Lee Dillon Fredericks,Nicholas Glekas,Peggy Pridemore,Guillaume Sion
Music Department Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli,Laurence Anslow,Susie Bench,Brandon Campbell,Stephen Coleman,Matt Dunkley,Geoff Foster,David Giuli,Gavin Greenaway,Isobel Griffiths,Oli Langford,Heather MacFarlane,Alan Meyerson,Adam Miller,Peter Myles,Everton Nelson,Melissa Orquiza,Tom Pigott Smith,Jill Streater,Christian Wenger,Lucy Whalley,Booker White,Catherine Wilson,Robert Wolff,Mark Berrow,Rachel Bolt,Celeste Chada,Mike Knobloch,Bruce White
Script and Continuity Department Morag Cameron
Transportation Department Shiraz Adams,Alan Bennett,Joan De Magalhaes,Laurie Dunn,Arnold Gallant,Jean-Coert Grobbelaar,Neil Heyburgh,Bizeki Magwanda,Wynand Malan,Justin Mann,Steve Mann,Jamiel Müller,Vishnu Naidoo,Morgan Pather,Adrian Pillay,Phillip Roodman,Brad Saunders,Gert Uys,Alex Wheeler,Khaya Woko,John Armstrong,Maxime Couteret,Charles Heidet,Neil Heyburgh,Ashley Jeffery,Mel Langford,Olivier Suffert
Additional Crew Iqraam Abrahams,Guy Adan,Chris Amyes,David Atherstone,Thulani Belo,Jason Benoit,Gaby Beyers,Jean-Claude Boketsu,Marius Botha,Shaun Bothma,Jodi Bowers,Celeste Bredenkamp,Billi Bruins,Chris Bruno,Shawn Campbell,Morgan Cline,Keith Conroy,Greg Corke,Jim DeMarco,Valerie Du Preez,Dave Evans,Luis Falcon III,Elise Fernandez,Tinashe Gandanga,Michael Garvis,John Kibuku Gitau,Tamara Gondwe,Michael Goosen,Damian Green,Alexander Hart,Sara Hartinger,Maureen Hiller,Peter C. Italiano,Aparna Jayachandran,Simphiwe Jodwana,Jennifer Johnson,Damiana Kamishin,Mick Kaplan,Liston Kinyanjui,Richard Klein,Claudelle Kroukamp,Richard Kruger,Mishek Kuna,Ted Liebenberg,Garth Lohman,Warner Loughlin,David Louw,John Templeton Macdonald,Guy MacLeod,Nick Manganiello,Laura Martinez,Irvine Masawi,Olivia McCallum,Tony McLeod,Ronnie Modieginyane,Melissa H. Morgan,Saalahudeen Lunsford Muhammed,Mugaruka Mulumeoderhua,James Muringani,Cleo Notcutt,Chantal Oliver,Kudakwashe Pasi,Rita Pearson,Kyle St John Peters,Lager Peters,Lance Peters,Bo Petersen,Cynthia Phillips,Mandy Raubenheimer,Megan Riddell,Hugo Robinson,Douglas Rouillard,Willem Scheepers,Angela Schutte,Sarah Schutte,Laila Shrand,Brinley Simmons,Joss Skottowe,Richard Smith,Glen Stewart,Andrew Strachan,Michelle Stroud,Calle Tidbeck,Ozayr Vally,Farren van Niekerk,Bjorn Van Os,Devon Van Schalkwyk,Joan Washington,Ricky R. Weaver,Nikki Wichmann,Steve Wilkerson,Ashley Williams,Albert Zaranyika,Segolene Amice Lagny,Teri J. Barber,Monty Bennett,Alex Lee Bonner,Freedom Bridgewater,Larry Carter,Kevin Collins,Nicky Craft,Jonathan Craig,Matt Creeden,Katherine De Klerk,Claire Dumaze,Gideon Emery,Emmanuel Fleury,Tarique Fredericks,Jane Goldsmith,Matt Goldstein,Pamela B. Green,Alfred Gundry,Brandon Hamilton,Gale Hansen,Dan Hirst,Pierre Hue,Nikhil Jassawalla,Paula Jones,James Luccarda,Gabriel Mamruth,Gustav Marais,Jason Martin,Frédéric Millet,Kelli Parsons,Lee Perez-Gonzalez,Jan Hopper Sanders,Jay Shepley,Cliff Simon,Jason Suhrke,May Tam,Joshua David Vaile,Jarik Van Sluijs,Glen Vaughan,David Vogel
Thanks Jon Ekstrand,Josef Fares,John King,Christopher Rouse,Thembaletu Tyutu
Genres Action, Thriller
Companies Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Bluegrass Films
Countries South Africa, USA, Japan
Languages English, Afrikaans
ContentRating R
ImDbRating 6.7
ImDbRatingVotes 223019
MetacriticRating 52
Keywords on the run,cia agent,cape town south africa,south africa,two in a shower