Executive Power DVD

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While protecting the U.S. President, Secret Service agent Nick Sager helps him to cover up the death of a young girl who accidentally died during an adulterous encounter. Some time later, a few weeks before the elections, the disillusioned ex-agent is approached by his former partner. After the President's former aide, one of few people who knew about the cover-up, is found dead, it quickly becomes clear that those people that knew too much are being silenced… and he’s next.

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Released
07 May 2012
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Transition Digital Media 
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Runtime
93 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5030697021007 
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Made-for-TV thriller in which a top level political cover-up begins unravelling as those in the know find their lives coming under threat. Nick Seger (Craig Sheffer) was a Secret Service Agent assigned to President John Fields (William Atherton) the night he accidentally killed a young woman during an amorous encounter. Sheffer and his partner, Greg Monroe (Doug Steindorff), disposed of the body and successfully prevented a scandal, but when the only other person present that night turns up dead in suspicious circumstances the pair begin to fear for themselves. Sheffer's investigations lead him into the company of a beautiful young news reporter, Susan (Andrea Roth), who is also caught up in the increasingly dangerous web surrounding the murder. Will the pair be able to discover who is hunting them and find a solution before it's too late?

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