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Run for Your Life (1997)

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Release Date:January 1, 1997
Running time:90 minutes
Director:Richard Hobert

Description: The fourth film in Hobert's series of films on the seven deadly sins begins with Catti and Mick giving birth to their first child. In the same hospital room is another couple who are promptly arrested by the police, accussed of terrorism. The woman, Maria jumps out the window to escape while the man, Erik, is captured. Shocked, Catti and Mick get ready to leave the hospital and discover that Maria has left her child behind. Against Mick's wishes, Catti takes the child home. Soon the truth is revealed. Maria's husband is actually someone named Stefan who is hiding from the police. Erik and his wife Ingrid are part of an underground movement trying to help refugees from war-torn countries whom the police are trying to deport. But now, the police are onto them all.

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