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At the end of the movie, the bartender gives Arno a package. He opens it, finds his watch, asks what time it is, and then says, "She fixed it," implying that it is running and showing the right time. But it is an old-style pocket watch which needs regular winding, and the bartender said she hadn't seen him for a long time, so it couldn't possibly still be running. See more »
Tiresome and poor adaptation of a Hemingway novel puts a sea adventurer (Bratt) in a search for money and gold stored in a wrecked luxurious yacht. He teams up with another sea scavenger (Assante), a sweet and aparently näive young woman (Avital)and the "femme fatale" Janine (Girard). The movie is slow until the end and even the twist at the ending does not save the peasant treatment gives by the director. Bratt made a good work.
I give this a 4 (four).
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