Ray Quick is a former CIA explosives expert turned bomber-for-hire living in Miami, Florida. Ray's latest client is a beautiful woman named May Munro, May hires Ray to assassinate Miami mobsters who murdered her parents when she was a child. Agreeing, Ray eliminates the three mobsters one-by-one and blows them up. But things go from bad to worse, one of the mobsters Ray has killed is Tomas Leon, the son of Miami crime boss Joe Leon and Ned Trent, a vicious and crooked Ex CIA agent (Ray's former college) is working for the Miami mob and was Tomas's bodyguard, has been assigned by Joe to find the bomber-for-hire who killed his son and his two employees. Ray becomes distrustful and suspicious of May, and suspects May has set him up and is working for Ned who is out to get his revenge on Ray.
Steven Seagal was offered the chance to star and direct this film but he wanted $9 million for it. The studio didn't want to pay him that much and offered it to Sylvester Stallone instead.
Good, nice sense of irony, blowing up the bomb unit. Ned, you may ask yourself, why is it my turn to die. Ask God. he kills all the time. Why shouldn't I?
Continuity: May accepts a glass of champagne from Tomas, despite holding one a moment earlier.
Written by Lawrence Dermer (as Lawrence P. Dermer)
Produced by Emilio Estefan Jr. and Lawrence Dermer (as Lawrence P. Dermer)
Performed by LaGantia Frazier
Courtesy of Crescent Moon Records, Inc.