The Contractor was released on July 10, 2007 and directed by Josef Rusnak. This film lasts 1 hour 45 min. and is available in English. Wesley Snipes, Peter Kerry Morgan, Eliza Bennett, Lena Headey, Ralph Brown, Charles Dance, Gemma Jones, Richard Harrington, Iain Robertson, Ryan McCluskey, John Standing, Stanimir Stamatov, Miroslav Emilov, Velizar Binev and Nikolai Sotirov play the lead role in this film. The Contractor gets a 5.6-digit score of 10 and the film is available in the genres of action, drama, adventure, suspense, and thriller. While Dial is pursued by Collins and his squad of rogue killers, Dial saves the life of Inspector Ballard, who finds himself in Collins` line of sight. After gaining Ballard`s trust, Dial is seen by Ballard saying goodbye to young Emily, who played a key role in Dial`s survival. Later, it is shown that Dial sent Emily a letter with two tickets to America to see him and his horse Beauty at his ranch. The final scene shows Emily and Dial at the Montana ranch running without beauty. Theatrical Release – Currently available on no OTT platform. Meanwhile, Collins is under investigation in the United States for leading a cia squad of killers, and when the truth about Dial and the death of Chief Inspector Andrew Windsor (Charles Dance) returns in a shootout, Collins is exposed.
Collins stops at nothing to keep his own name and accuses Dial of murdering the chief inspector, even though Collins was actually responsible for his death. Dial, now wanted by Collins and the British police, must do everything he can to prove his innocence, knowing that Inspector Annette Ballard (Lena Headey), Windsor`s vengeful daughter, is also after him. James Jackson Dial (Wesley Snipes), a retired CIA black ops killer, lives his life in isolation on his Montana ranch when his former employer Jeremy Collins (Ralph Brown) offers him the chance to redeem himself. A few years earlier, Dial was seconds away from eliminating notorious terrorist cell leader Ali Mahmoud Jahar (Nikolay Sotirov), but his recklessness allowed Jahar to escape and marked his mission as a failure. The Contractor is a 2007 American drama film directed by Josef Rusnak. The film was released on Direct-to-DVD in the United States on July 10, 2007. Moments later, from his elevated point of view, Dial discovers Jahar standing in the building with his back to the window. Dial seized the opportunity and fired through the window, fatally hitting Jahar on the back of the head. Due to the delay caused by two policemen, Winchell brings the escape car too late, which draws attention to their escape. After many attempts to stop the car, the police opened fire and killed Winchell. The car, which is now out of control, comes to a standstill and injures Dial.
But Dial manages to get out of the crashed car. On the run and bleeding profusely, he heads to the shelter, where he meets the curious 12-year-old neighbor Emily Day (Eliza Bennett), who lives with his grandmother (Gemma Jones). Emily helps Dial stop the bleeding. Although Jahar was eliminated, Collins` assignment is still considered a failure, as Dial was filmed by a fleeing security camera. The DVD was released in Region 1 in the United States on July 10, 2007 and in Region 2 in the United Kingdom on July 6, 2007. Released in August 2007, it was distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Approximately 815,698 DVD UNITS were sold, generating sales of $15,524,680.  Now Collins wants Dial to do his job by murdering Jahar, who was captured and is now in custody in London. Equipped with a secure home, passports and an assistant, Terry Winchell (Richard Harrington), Dial is on his way to London to do unfinished business. Disguised as a priest, Dial positions himself in a church tower in front of the building where Jahar is taken. When Jahar gets out of the police car, his head is covered with a jacket, leaving Dial without a clean shot. In order not to fail again, Dial patiently waits for his opportunity.
The film is set and was shot primarily in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. and partly in the U.S. state of Montana. Filming lasted 47 days, from March 31 to May 17, 2006. .