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Directed by
Nigel Hawthorne
Djimon Hounsou
David Paymer
Stellan Skarsgrd
Razaaq Adoti
Abu Bakaar Fofanah
Anna Paquin
Tomas Milian
Derrick N. Ashong
Geno Silva
John Ortiz
Ralph Brown
Darren E. Burrows
Allan Rich
Paul Guilfoyle
Peter Firth
Xander Berkeley
Jeremy Northam
Arliss Howard
Willie Amakye
Luc Assogba
Mariah Campbell
Habib Conteh
Stephen Conteh
Monguehy Fanzy
Jimmy Fotso
Adekunle Ilori
Sheriff Kargbo
Saye Lah
Sylvestre Massaquoi
Samson Odede
Chike Okpala
Willie Onafesso
Samuel Pieh
Lansana Sawi
Abu Sidique
El Hadj Malik Sow
Lamine Thiam
Austin Pendleton
Daniel von Bargen
Rusty Schwimmer
Pedro Armendriz Jr.
Frank T. Wells
Michael Massee
Roy Cooper
Jake Weber
Victor Rivers
Joseph Kosseh
Steve Passewe
Sherly Acosta Williams
Matt Sarles
George Gerdes
Gerald R. Molen
Kevin J. O'Connor
Robert Walsh
Sean McGuirk
Tony Owen
William Young
Michael Riley
Len Singer
Castulo Guerra
Harry Groener
Hawthorne James
Ingrid Walters
Harry A. Blackmun
Curtis Shields
Carlos Spivey
Charles Udoma
Andrew L. Josiah
Tony Onafesso
Peter Mansaray
Clarence Mobley
Brian Macon
Edward Appiah
Denver Dowridge
Paul Mwakutuya
Rory Burton
Samuel Orekhio
Omo Lara Tosin
Ransford Thomas
Juliette Darko
Isaac Mayanja
Charlean Isata Bangalie
Roosevelt Flenoury
M.S. Kaleiwo
Tesfay Yohannes
George Kamara
Abdul-Fatai Balogun
Yaya Sissoko
Amadou Traore
Marlon Francis
Bundu Kamara
James Moses
Daniel Reid
Seydou Coulibaly
Lawal Tajudeen
Lester Mombelly
Ibrahim Sesay
Jeremy Shelton
Andrew Shoemo
Prince Coke
Ahmed Bangura
Bernard Singleton
Desere Mondon
Baboucar Jobe
John D. Bair
Paul Berlier
Eric Bruno Borgman
KimStacy Carter
Alex Daunis
Nino Del Padre
Johnny Egan
Lawrence Gaughan
Morgan Hobart
Tommy Lynch
Vincent Lynne-O'Brien
Luis Muoz
Ungenita Prevost
Glendon Rich
Kevin M. Simon
John H. Tobin

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UK BBFC Certificate: 15

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Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 4

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