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Stander

Rating:R (for violence, language, some sexuality and nudity)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:August 6, 2004
Running time:82 minutes
Cast:Thomas Jane, David O'Hara, Dexter Fletcher, Deborah Kara Unger, Ashley Taylor
Director:Bronwen Hughes
Writer:Ken Friedman, Bima Stagg
Distributor:Newmarket Film Group

Description: Andre Stander was a smooth-talking jail breaker, thrill addict and master of disguise. He was also a high-ranking officer in South Africa's Apartheid-era police force who became an outlaw hero when he launched a second career as a bank robber. Stander's sensationalized activities won him celebrity status by the time of his first arrest for twenty-six robberies. After he daringly escapes from prison and forms "the Stander gang" with fellow escapees Allan Heyl and Patrick Lee McCall, the three men set off to crumble the status quo and capitalize on the chaos.

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