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Michael A. Goorjian,
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Very slow "thriller" about a sea scavenger (Bratt) who along with his seemingly naive girlfriend finds the wreck of a luxury yacht and raids it for the very sort after contents.
Unfortunately he is tracked down by another islands-man (Assante) and his "femme fatale" wife who demand a share of the profits, and then its all a question of trust - or lack of it.
Based on a story by Ernest Hemmingway, there really doesn't seem to be enough to keep you interested for the best part of an hour and forty mins, all in all though its worth a look but certainly not one to watch over and over and the "twist" at the end is predictable, yet doesn't really add up.
Bratt is quite good and Avital is cute - while the stunning scenery is most definitely a plus point.
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