In the repercussions of a big robbery the loot shall be taken to a Baltic country to Sweden by the Russian Mafia's female courier. She, however, doesn't know that the robbers had planned to...
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In the repercussions of a big robbery the loot shall be taken to a Baltic country to Sweden by the Russian Mafia's female courier. She, however, doesn't know that the robbers had planned to lock her up in the boat, sink it and take care of the loot themselves. The woman manages to save herself from the sinking boat. A Swedish fisherman picks her up and together they suddenly find themselves escaping from two rival criminal gangs. They are from widely different worlds, but now their lives are linked together more and more.Written by
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I think this was a good movie. Sure there are a lot of "plot holes" and the ending was a bid bad. But altogether a good movie. Stefan Sauk and Isabella Scorupco are great in their roles. We need movies like this when you dont have to think and just watch. It isn't to long either that is good I think movie that are 2.5 hours or more are to long .. I Love the comment in the end "Diamonds are forever" that Klaus Maria Brandenauer makes. He was in a Bond-movie himself.
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