Directed by David Winning, Killer Image follows Max Oliver (John Pyper-Ferguson), a man who learns his photographer brother Ric (Paul Austin) has been killed. Max suspects that Ric’s death wad not a random murder.
Max’s investigation leads him to discover that the last photgraphs Ric took were of a powerful senator named John Kane (M. Emmet Walsh) and a prostitute. Max realises that his brother’s death is a political cover-up.
Max wants to expose his brother’s killer and soon enters a murderous game of cat and mouse with cold-blooded assassin, who just happens to be John’s brother, Luther Kane (Michael Ironside) who wants Max dead.
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