G.I. Jane
  [nicht mehr im Kino - Release: 27. Februar 1998]
   
 

Failure is not an option • Navy Intelligence officer Lt. Jordan O'Neil (DEMI MOORE) sets a historic precedent when she is recruited as a test case to be the first woman allowed to train for the highly covert operations unit known as the Navy SEALs. Selected for her courage, skills, and level headedness, O'Neil is determined to succeed in the most demanding, most merciless and most honored fighting force in the world, in which 60% of her male counterparts will fail.

Under the relentless command of Master Chief John Urgayle (VIGGO MORTENSEN), O'Neil is put through weeks of physical and emotional hell, and is not expected to succeed. Indeed, military and high ranking government officials - including her sponsor, Senator Lillian DeHaven (ANNE BANCROFT) - are counting on her to fail.

However, to their dismay and perplexity O'Neil perseveres. When the recruits' final training exercise is diverted to aid in extricating American troops in the Middle East, the Master Chief is critically wounded, and O'Neil must gather all her leadership experience and courage to save him and the mission–even at the cost of risking her own life, in Hollywood Pictures' intense drama, 'G.l. Jane'.

A Hollywood Pictures presentation in association with Scott Free Productions and Largo Entertainment, 'G.I. Jane' is directed by Ridley Scott, from a story by Danielle Alexandra, screenplay by David Twohy and Danielle Alexandra. The producers are Ridley Scott, Roger Birnbaum, Demi Moore and Suzanne Todd. Executive producers are Danielle Alexandra, Julie Bergman Sender and Chris Zarpas. Nigel Wooll is co-producer. Buena Vista Pictures distributes.


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VERLEIH: Walt Disney Company

 

REGIE:
Ridley Scott
PRODUKTION:
Ridley Scott
Roger Birnbaum
Demi Moore
Suzanne Todd
Nigel Wooll (co)
CAST:
Demi Moore
Viggo Mortensen
Anne Bancroft
DREHBUCH:
David Twohy
Danielle Alexandra
KAMERA:
Hugh Johnson
SCHNITT:
Pietro Scalia
MUSIK:
Trevor Jones
AUSSTATTUNG:
Arthur Max

LAND:
USA
JAHR: 1997
LÄNGE: 124min