Union Station Bus Traveler Flash Back Sequence and Modern day scene (uncredited)
US Marshall (uncredited)
Robert A. Young
Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)
Did you know?
The film was based of a script that was set to be a sequel for Leon: The Professional. The story was set to follow Natalie Portman's character Mathilda as she tracked down and killed characters that had wronged her and Leon. Portman's success kept her from availability and the script was eventually re-written into the 2011 film Columbiana.
When Cataleya attacks the Don's house she fires an RPG that enters the living room and explodes, destroying almost every item of furniture in the surrounding rooms, even the table that Marco and his hences were standing around. But in the next scene everyone is still alive, even though the table is blown to bits.
Special Agent James Ross: She got the drop on me in my home, and she told me that if I don't bring her the whereabouts of this man, she's going to kill a member of my family every week until I have none left.
What is the song that plays when Cataleya takes a shower?
"The Fade Out Line" by Phoeboe Killdeer & The Short Straws. The rest of the songs in the movie can be found here with their corresponding scene descriptions.
How many different versions do exist of this movie?
There are three versions: the U.S. theatrical, the international, and an unrated cut targeted for so-called home theater use in the States. The US theatrical version is most censored to obtain its PG-13 rating (for violence, disturbing images, intense sequences of action, sexuality and brief strong language). It has not been made available for home cinema use. Beside it's US theatrical release, the PG-13 version is only available as rental DVD in the USA or as Video on Demand. The European theatrical version was longer, leaving some intensive scenes. The Unrated version is approximately four minutes longer than the international version and features some extended action and story sequences. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.