New World Disorder (film)

Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
New World Disorder
Directed byRichard Spence
Written byJeffrey Smith
Ehren Kruger
Produced bySteve Beswick
Jon Kramer
Romain Schroeder
Silvio Muraglia
Tom Reeve
StarringRutger Hauer
Andrew McCarthy
Tara Fitzgerald
Hari Dhillon
CinematographyIvan Strasburg
Edited byGraham Walker
Music byGast Waltzing
Carousel Picture Company
Distributed byYork Home Video US
Release date
  • December 3, 1999 (1999-12-03)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryUnited States

New World Disorder is a 1999 American thriller/action film directed by Richard Spence.[1] It features Rutger Hauer, Andrew McCarthy, Tara Fitzgerald, and Hari Dhillon.[2] It was filmed in Luxembourg.[3]


Homicide detective David Marx (Rutger Hauer) teams up with computer expert Kris Paddock (Tara Fitzgerald) to track down a gang stealing computer chips from a list of factories.


  • Rutger Hauer as Detective David Marx
  • Andrew McCarthy as Kurt Bishop
  • Tara Fitzgerald as Kris Paddock
  • Hari Dhillon as Mark Ohai
  • Alun Ragland as Michael 'Fury' Dietrich
  • Ian Butcher as Quark
  • Brian Van Camp as Coltrane
  • Anthony Warren as Nakamoto
  • Martin McDougall as Sullivan
  • Nicholas Pinnock as Weldon
  • John Sharian as Rice
  • Branwell Donaghey as Leo Galileo
  • Lawrence Elman as Maximillian Biggs
  • Michelle Gomez as Annika 'Amethyst' Rains
  • Annaleisa M. Graham as Gloria 'Gigabite'
  • Vincent Rappa as FBI Agent #1
  • Radica Vujicin as Escort Girl (uncredited)


  1. ^ "New World Disorder REVIEW". Actionfreunde [In German]. Retrieved 25 September 2020.
  2. ^ "New World Disorder(1999)". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 12 June 2018.
  3. ^ "NEW WORLD DISORDER (1998)". British Film Institute. Retrieved 12 June 2018.

External links