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Movie Name: Second in Command
Casting By: Jean-Claude Van Damme - Cmdr. Samuel 'Sam' Keenan
Julie Cox - Michelle Whitman
Released: 2006
Genre: Action
Runtime: 91 min.
Rating: R
Director(s): Simon Fellows
Producer(s): Jonathan Debin, Brad Krevoy, Donald Kushner, Pierre Spengler
Writer(s): Jonathan Bowers, David L. Corley
Distribution:
U.S. Box Office:
Country: U.S.A., Romania
Language: English
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Second in Command is a 2006 action film directed by Simon Fellows, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. It was released direct-to-video in the United States, Belgium, and Germany on May 2, 2006. It has been rated R by the MPAA for violence and some language. The film was made in Bucharest, Romania.

Navy Commander Sam Keenan (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is a decorated U.S. Navy SEAL, sent to the Eastern European nation of Moldova. Keenan is sent to the U.S. Embassy in Moldova's capital city to become the new Security Attaché there.

When he arrives, Keenan learns that Moldova is in the middle of a civil war. At the embassy, Keenan meets with Ambassador George Norland (Colin Stinton), who makes Keenan the deputy ambassador.

Recently, the U.S. installed a new government in Moldova, and it's a government led by Moldova's newly-elected president Yuri Amirev (Serban Celea).

Amirev wants the nation to be run as a democracy, but under the command of Anton Tavarov (Velibor Topic), Communist insurgents have caused a riot at the presidential palace, threatening the fragile democracy.

The insurgents are loyal to dictative former president Alexei Kirilov (Costel Lupea), who is a communist who abused Moldavia's people.

When the palace guards start firing on the insurgents without Amirev's go-ahead, the insurgents storm the palace, demanding Amirev's head.

Keenan volunteers to bring Amirev to the embassy. But events reach critical mass, and the insurgents open fire. Keenan barely makes it back with Amirev, but the fight isn't over yet.

Fifty Americans are holed up in the embassy, and Tavarov and his massive army have arrived at the gates, with plans to crash the building and drag Amirev out by any means necessary. And Norland is killed by a rocket that was launched by one of Tavarov's men.

To defend the embassy, Keenan has only 15 Marines, CIA bureaucrat Frank Gaines (William Tapley), limited ammunition, and his martial arts skills to hold Tavarov's army off until American reinforcements arrive. And Keenan's girlfriend, reporter Michelle Whitman (Julie Cox), is one of the hostages.

With Tavarov's crew getting in position for attack, a power struggle taking place between Keenan and Gaines, and help hours away, it will fall to Keenan to rescue the hostages.

 
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