In a bold coup a Palestinian terrorist group captures the yacht Rosebud and kidnaps the millionaires five daughters on it. At first they demand film clips to be shown on major European TV stations. Undercover agent Martin is hired to hunt the terrorists down. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Did You Know?
The meaning of the film's "Rosebud" title in the movie is that it refers to the name of a French industrialist Mediterranean luxury yacht. Prior to this film, "Rosebud" had been well-known as the name of the sledge in Orson Welles
's classic Citizen Kane
(1941). A minor reference to this is made early in the movie but other than this the movie has nothing to do with the Welles film. See more
The President is sitting all alone in his little oval office, trying to decide which way to go. If he allows the film to be shown, he loses the Jewish vote. If he forbids it, he loses every mother in the country. The arithmetic is on your side. Mothers are in the majority.
References Citizen Kane
I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City
Written by Harry Nilsson
Performed by Kim Catrall See more