Cindy Crawford's screen debut may not be much of a movie, but she helps make this tripe go down very easily. She plays a Miami-based civil attorney who is targeted for death by KGB terrorists. William Baldwin plays a homicide detective assigned to protect her. Why the KGB would pursue over a civil lawyer over a routine eviction, and why, given their world-class expertise in termination, they have such a difficult time finishing her off, are only two of the many questions the film never really answers. Can Crawford act? The movie is so ineptly written and directed that it's impossible to really know, but watching her jump off trains and dive for cover for two hours is far from an onerous task, and William Baldwin admirably holds up his end as eye candy for women viewers. Steven Berkoff, one of the luminaries of German avant-garde theater, once again makes an excellent villain.