Beyond Borders 2003 Film | Angelina Jolie, Clive Owen

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Beyond Borders plot from IMDb: "The world's cruelty is confronted with the love of two different people who try to save mankind from poverty and war."

Beyond Borders trailer on IMDb:

Directed by Martin Campbell

Produced by Dan Halsted, Lloyd Phillips

Written by Caspian Tredwell-Owen

Music by James Horner

Cinematography: Phil Méheux

Edited by Nicholas Beauman

Production company: Mandalay Pictures

Distributed by Paramount Pictures

Release date: October 24, 2003 (U.S.)

Running time: 122 minutes

Budget: $35 million

Box office: $11.7 million

Cast and Characters:

Angelina Jolie as Sarah Jordan Beauford

Clive Owen as Dr. Nick Callahan

Teri Polo as Charlotte Jordan

Kate Ashfield as Kat

Linus Roache as Henry Beauford

Noah Emmerich as Elliott Hauser

Yorick van Wageningen as Jan Steiger

Timothy West as Lawrence Bauford

Kate Trotter as Mrs. Bauford

Jonathan Higgins as Philip

John Gausden as Jimmy Bauford

Isabelle Horler as Anna Beauford

Iain Lee as Master of Ceremonies

Keelan Anthony as Jojo

John Bourgeois as Rolly

Kalyane Tea as Steiger's Girlfriend

Julian Casey as Police Officer

Norman Mikeal Berketa as Police Officer

Aidan Pickering as TV Reporter

Nambitha Mpumlwana as Tula

Fikile Nyandeni as Gemilla

Tony Robinow as Art Dealer

Andrew French as Meles

Jamie Bartlett as Joss

Tumisho Masha as Hamadi

Faye Peters as Monica

John Matshikiza as Dawit Ningpopo

Zaa Nkweta as Titus

Sahajak Boonthanakit as Port Official

Dennis Tan as Port Official

Doan Jaroen-Ngarm Mckenzie as Tao

Burt Kwouk as Colonel Gao

Teerawat Mulvilai as Ma Sok

Bertrand A. Henri as Speaker

Jasmin Geljo as Truck Driver

Francis X. McCarthy as Strauss

Manuel Tadros as Chechen Mobster

Elizabeth Whitmere as Beatrice