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24 Hours (2000)

24 chasa (original title)
Feliks, professional killer, has only 24 hours to get to the distant island, where his beloved woman and the money for the custom made is waiting for him. Lyova Shalamov and his brother Garik have also 24 hours to find and to kill Feliks.
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Feliks
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Lyova Shalamov
Sergei Novikov ...
Garik Shalamov
Mikhail Kozakov ...
Kosta
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Mama
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Lawyer
Georgiy Taratorkin ...
General
Natalya Rogozhkina ...
Lyusya
Vladimir Eryomin ...
Vernik
Dmitriy Mukhamadeev ...
Sergeant
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Galim Ilyazovich
Aleksandr Tyutin ...
Zonder
David Tetruashvili ...
Anzor
Andrey Chernyshov ...
Umar
Aleksandr Naumov ...
Sotnik
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Feliks, professional killer, has only 24 hours to get to the distant island, where his beloved woman and the money for the custom made is waiting for him. Lyova Shalamov and his brother Garik have also 24 hours to find and to kill Feliks.

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Crime | Drama

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3 November 2000 (Russia)  »

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24 чaса  »

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no honor among criminals....at least, not much.....
25 August 2005 | by (Santa Rosa, CA) – See all my reviews

This Russian film is probably not readily available in the U.S. I was given a DVD of it by my nephew, who lives in Siberia. Anyway, its a fairly standard, hit-man vs the mob tale, where the main protagonist (the hit man) is seemingly being used by his employers to start a mob war. You tend to root for him only because he seems to be alone against the two criminal factions, but he's not exactly a warm, lovable person. The film is crisply shot and edited, and its watchable, but as with many films in this genre, foreign and domestic, its ultimately forgettable.....if I had to compare it to anything American, I'd say its like that Charles Bronson film, "The Mechanic"....from the 70s.


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