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A Different Loyalty (2005)

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The Marek Kanievska thriller A Different Loyalty stars Rupert Everett and Sharon Stone as war reporters who come across each other's path while they are both on assignment in Beirut. When Everett's character goes missing, Stone's character begins an investigation on her own. She soon realizes that he may have known much more about international politics than he was letting on. Can she rescue him before any number of governments can put a stop to her quest?

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Cast

Sharon Stone
as Sally Tyler/Sally Cauffield
Rupert Everett
as Leo Cauffield
Julian Wadham
as Andrew Darcy
Michael Cochrane
as Dick Madsen
Anne Lambton
as Cynthia Cauffield
Jim Piddock
as George Quennell
Richard McMillan
as Angus Petherbridge
Mimi Kuzyk
as Leslie Quennell
Emily VanCamp
as Jen Tyler
Tamara Hope
as Lucy Cauffield
Mark Rendall
as Oliver Cauffield
John Bourgeois
as Paul Tyler
Sonja Smits
as Fay Tolland
Richard Zeman
as Art Yollop
Edward Hibbert
as Sir Michael Strickland
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Critic Reviews for A Different Loyalty

All Critics (1)

Kanievska's aesthetically parched film doesn't illuminate the communist paranoia of the era, but provides Sharon Stone with a handy reel of countless Oscar clips.

Full Review… | August 26, 2004
Slant Magazine

Audience Reviews for A Different Loyalty

½

Every time I thought this movie might get better, Sharon Stone dragged it down like a concrete block.

Jeff B
Jeff B
½

Moderately effective thriller that suffers from a slow moving pace, bland script, unexciting performances and a boring score. Some good location footage, and it isn't too long, which is a plus. Not much effort was made on the period detail of the film.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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