White Fire

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White Fire

A Film by Jean-Marie Pallardy

1985 - France/Turkey/UK - Adventure/Action - 1.85 - 98 min.

with Robert Ginty , Fred Williamson & Belinda Mayne

Language: French
Produced by Jean-Marie Pallardy

When Bo was a child, a mysterious stranger sadistically murdered his parents. Only Bo and his sister, Ingrid survived the bloodshed. Now, twenty years later… Bo and his sister are grown up. They are employees at a diamond mineshaft located in the desert. As mischievous as they are, they stumble upon the discovery of a legendary diamond, the “White Fire.” However, this rapture for the diamond has provoked the angst of some short-tempered, not-so-nice villains. The quest to capture the most sought-out diamond in the world is afoot…

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