The policemen and the Volvo police car in the scene when Alex is almost apprehended while living in Sweden are done in a completely American style, the policemen in green uniforms and the police car beautifully designed exactly like it could have looked in lots of American counties, green with the word POLICE and the coat of arms of the county. The Swedish word for police ("polis") has been used, so it's really been imaginatively done. However, neither the policemen nor the car looks anything like they would have done in Sweden for real. Swedish police uniforms are blue, and police cars are basically white with blue and yellow stripes and the word "polis" in blue. And they only have blue flashlights on the roof, not blue and red like in the US. See more »
Lackluster story following a young rape victim in Canada and the perpetrator on the lam around Europe for almost 10 years. Slow, dull and unconvincing. There's definitely something wrong when the victim appears as more sinister and menacing than the milquetoast rapist. It was shocking to find out afterwards that this bumbling farrago was made by the same man that gave us "First Blood".
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