Movie Poster with Russell Crowe’s name in top billing when he is actually playing a supporting character, but you promote a movie the best way you can.
Cover to what appears to be a DVD release containing the alternate title of the movie, Blood Oath. While Bryan Brown gets his deserved top billing, Russell Crowe’s name is still mentioned alongside co-star George Takei.
On the twenty-sixth of June in 1990, in what is considered his motion picture debut, Russell Crowe appeared as Lieutenant Jack Corbett in the film Prisoner of the Sun (aka Blood Oath). The role is a supporting one, but he is working beside a remarkable cast: Bryan Brown (Breaker Morant, The Thorn Birds), Terry O’Quinn (The Stepfather, Lost), and George Takei (Star Trek).
Per IMDB, the story is as follows:
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She slid into the abyss and Pippin threw the pebble after her, looked down as if from the top of a well.. She shouted and flailed. The rim of the abyss turned into tatters of cloth that moved briskly to hold her tight. Daylight flooded her vision and a different face stared back at her.
It took a few moments to realize that she had, at last, woken up. It took her a few more minutes to realize her throat was raw.
“Are you alright?” The stranger asked.
Chloe blinked, senses reeling. Something familiar tickled the edges of her memory. Disoriented, she looked around. Trees were all around, the ground rocky and sparse. A crow cried out as it flew over.
The face in front of her was youngish, handsome, familiar.
“John?” She rasped. “Is it…John Biebe?”
Siobhan couldn’t believe what she was hearing: “Overtime? Again tonight?”
Her team leader shrugged her shoulders. “It can’t be helped.”
“I had plans, Beth. This is the third Friday in a row you’ve sprung a last-minute special project on me.”
Beth shook her head. “I’m not going to argue with you. I have dinner reservations, but I’ll be back. We’ll talk then.”
Siobhan looked down at the specifications Beth had tossed on her desk. Another last-minute data query for a user who wanted it Saturday morning and wouldn’t use it till Tuesday. Fine, but this was the last one. She opened a new email and began to type:
I’ve reconsidered your job offer. Hope you haven’t filled it. I will call you later.