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Black Point

Black Point ★★ 2001 (R)

John Hawkins (Caruso) is a former Naval captain, down on his luck and living in the harbor town of Black Point. When he meets Natalie (Haskell), he thinks she's the woman of his dreams. He's wrong. 107m/C VHS, DVD . CA David Caruso, Susan Has-kell, Thomas Ian Griffith, Gordon Tootoosis, Alex Bruhanski; D: David Mackay; W: Thomas Ian Griffith, Greg Mellott; C: Stephen McNutt; M: Terry Frewer.

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