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Extreme Ops
Extreme ops duran duran
background information
Directed by Christian Duguay
Producer(s) Moshe Diamant
Jan Fantl
Starring Devon Sawa
Bridgette Wilson-Sampras
Rupert Graves
Rufus Sewell
Released 27 November 2002
Genre Action Thriller
Running time 100 minutes
featuring "Notorious" cover

Extreme Ops is a 2002 action thriller film directed by Christian Duguay, which stars Devon Sawa, Bridgette Wilson-Sampras, Rupert Graves and Rufus Sewell. The film includes a cover version of Duran Duran's "Notorious".

About the film[]

The film is about a camera crew that travels to the Austrian Alps near the border with the former Yugoslavia. The crew plan to film three extreme-sports enthusiasts trying to outrun an avalanche for the ultimate Superbowl commercial. However, they didn't realize that they're filming near the secret hideout of a Serbian war criminal. They accidentally catch him on film and end up in a life-and-death chase through the mountains.

The soundtrack includes "Notorious" performed by Groove Terminator, a track by Australian DJ Simon Lewicki which is also available on The Songs of Duran Duran UnDone album.


  1. "Roll With Me Now" - Tripping Jar
  2. ""Keep Hope Alive" - The Crystal Method
  3. "Not Ready To Rock" - Beatsteaks
  4. "The Days Events" - Jeoff Bastow
  5. "Notorious" - Groove Terminator
  6. "Stomp To My Beat" - JS16
  7. "Absurd" - Fluke
  8. "Revolution" - BT
  9. "Bingo Bango" - Basement Jaxx
  10. "Hang On" - 3rd Strike
  11. "Pick Up The Pieces" - Riddlin Kids
  12. "Danger Is Go" - Powerman 5000
  13. "Head On" - Headritlaz
  14. "Signs" - Freestylers
  15. "Bursting Off The Backbeat" - Jacknife Lee
  16. "Now Is the Time" (The Millenium Mix) - The Crystal Method


  • Devon Sawa as Will
  • Bridgette Wilson-Sampras as Chloe
  • Rupert Graves as Jeffrey
  • Rufus Sewell as Ian
  • Heino Ferch as Mark
  • Joe Absolom as Silo
  • Jana Pallaske as Kittie
  • Klaus Löwitsch as Pavlov
  • Jean-Pierre Castaldi as Zoran
  • Liliana Komorowska as Yana
  • David Scheller as Slavko
  • Detlef Bothe as Ratko
  • Heinrich Schmieder as Goran
  • Franjo Marincic as Ivo
  • Rade Radovic as Jaksa
  • Wolfgang Packhauser as Nervous Serb
  • Norbert Blecha as Foreman
  • Vicky Huang as Kana
  • Hiro Kanagawa as Mr. Imahara