Roberta Bell is opening a new art gallery. It has a state of the art security system and bullet proof glass. Just before leaving for the night, a group comes to look it over. The gallery owner had promised that some actors could use the gallery as part of their shoot. The actors are looking over the place when they discover they are not alone. Some thieves have broken in and are in the process of stealing a valuable sculpture. Shannon Tweed plays an actress who's part of the group that comes in and it so happens she has played in action flicks. While the thugs capture her sister (Roberta) and the director, she sneaks around and tries to find a way to free them. The state of the art security system works against her as she cannot open doors or exit the building. It soon is evident that the thugs are not interested in the artwork for itself, but as a means of smuggling poisonous gas throughout the city. The reasoning is never clear, but with a swastika on everything, they must be neo-Nazis. Lance Hendriksen is the lead bad guy and Bruce Payne is the director.
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The review of this Movie prepared by BethG