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Release dates
Country
Date
USA
1 Sept 2000
Hong Kong
7 Dec 2000
Iceland
8 Dec 2000
Switzerland
1 Feb 2001
Germany
8 Feb 2001
Australia
15 Feb 2001
Hungary
8 March 2001
Austria
9 March 2001
Romania
9 March 2001
France
2 May 2001
Greece
18 May 2001
Lithuania
25 May 2001
Spain
20 July 2001
Russia
27 Aug 2001
Kuwait
20 Nov 2001
Argentina
22 Jan 2002
 
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Highlander Endgame


Connor and Duncan Macleod must join forces against Jacob Kell, an evil immortal who has become too strong for anyone to face alone.


Directed by:

Douglas Aarniokoski

Produced by:

Bob Weinstein, Peter S. Davis, Harvey Weinstein, William N. Panzer, Cary Granat

Written by:

Characters: Gregory Widen
Story: Eric Bernt, Gillian Horvath, William N. Panzer
Screenplay: Joel Soisson
Starring:

Christopher Lambert ... Connor MacLeod
Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Bruce Payne ... Jacob Kell
Mihnea Trusca ... Villager
Lisa Barbuscia ... Kate MacLeod / Faith
Donnie Yen ... Jin Ke
Ian Paul Cassidy ... Cracker Bob
Peter Wingfield ... Methos
Damon Dash ... Carlos
Beatie Edney ... Heather MacLeod
Douglas Aarniokoski ... Kirk
Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson
Adam Copeland ... Road bandit (as Edge)
Sheila Gish ... Rachel Ellenstein

Music by:

Nick Glennie-Smith, Stephen Graziano CLICK HERE for more information

Cinematography:

Douglas Milsome

Editing by:

Chris Blunden, Rod Dean, Robert A. Ferretti, Tracy Granger, Michael N. Knue,
Donald Paonessa

Distributed by:

Dimension Films

Release date:

September 1, 2000

Running time:

Theatrical Cut: 87 min, Producer's Cut: 101 min, Australia Cut: 88 min.

Budget:

$15,000,000 USD


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In 1555, Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) returns to his former home in Glenfinnan, Scotland, to save his mother from his former friend and village priest Jacob Kell (Bruce Payne). Kell executes Connor's mother for witchcraft. Connor kills both Kell and his adopted father, Father Rainey, and sets Glenfinnan ablaze. Jacob Kell is reborn as an Immortal, and vows vengeance against Connor for Rainey's death.

He spends the next four centuries killing people Connor cares about. He gathers a posse of lesser Immortals, who overpower other Immortals and allow Kell to take their heads. By 2002, Kell has 661 Immortal kills, making him one of the most powerful Immortals ever.

In 1992, Kell orchestrates the death of Connor's adopted daughter Rachel Ellenstein. Heartbroken, Connor departs for The Sanctuary, where Immortals are under surveillance by a subgroup of Watchers to prevent The Prize from being won.

A decade later, Kell and his posse of Immortals attack the Sanctuary, and Connor is believed to be beheaded along with the other Immortals there.

Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul), compelled by a vision, begins to investigate and nearly dies at the hands of Kell's posse. Later, he discovers Connor was spared by Kell, so as to allow the evil Immortal to make his life even more miserable.

He wants to kill Duncan in order to torture Connor, and given the number of Quickenings he has received, this seems quite likely to occur. Therefore, Connor forces Duncan to kill him, thereby absorbing all of Connor's power in order to defeat Kell.

Amongst Kell's followers is Duncan's Immortal wife Kate, a woman whom he wedded in 1713 and "killed" on their wedding night in order for her to become Immortal. This has driven her into the arms of Kell, and he must earn her forgiveness, or face her as an embittered part of Kell's faction.

In the end, after Kell executes his group in a mock Last Supper, Duncan and Kell have a final battle, in which Duncan is victorious. He then goes to Glenfinnan, Scotland to bury Connor with his wife Heather. The Producers' Cut ends with the revelation that Kate is still alive.

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Movie locations
 
Appin, Argyll, Scotland
Bucharest, Romania
Castle Stalker, Appin, Argyll, Scotland, UK
Loch Laich, Appin, Argyll, Scotland
Loch Linnhe, Appin, Argyll Scotland, UK
London, England, UK
Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London, England, UK
Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London, England, UK
New York City, New York, USA
Paris, France
Castle Stalker
 
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