A boy kidnapped by two mismatched hitmen puts them at each other's throats while being driven to their employers, possibly to be killed. Cohen, an older professional becomes increasingly ... See full summary »
After serving an eight-year sentence, the initiator of the biggest bank robbery in Europe is released. Shortly afterwards, the man is hit to death by a car. Nobody now knows where the stolen gold is hidden except maybe the victim's daughter... Written by
Roy Scheider drives a great yellow (gelb) BMW 1972 2002 Cabriolet, which is very rare in the United States. It has a sunroof, and a plastic back window that rolls down. Very unique. I would love to have a car like that. He wrecks the car on some steps during the movie and it made me sick. Is nothing sacred? The movie is a normal 70's type European spy/cold war type and nothing mind inspiring. It is on the same level as Goldie Hawn and Warren Beatty's "$", made in "West" Germany at the same time period. Fun to remember the culture back then, if you were around like I was. Germany were soccer world champions and were spending a lot of money to promote the country, one of the ways was by backing movies like this.
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