Viktor, a methodical hit man, probably on his last job, has no plan for his retirement. He does not kill Nina, a woman sleeping beside his latest mark; then he follows her and rescues her ... See full summary »

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Viktor
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Nina
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Lang
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Der junge Polizist
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Die Ermittlerin
Peter Fitz ...
Martin Hinrich
Wilhelm Manske ...
Der Russe
Gertraud Jesserer ...
Grundschullehrerin
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Sicherheitschef des Russen
Murat Yilmaz ...
Killer des Russen
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Freundin des Russen
Kevin Ruhland ...
Felix
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Observierer Kamera
Werner Karle Jr. ...
Observierer Ton (as Werner Karle jun.)
Antonio Di Mauro ...
Polizist in Ninas Wohnung (as Antonio Dimauro)
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Viktor, a methodical hit man, probably on his last job, has no plan for his retirement. He does not kill Nina, a woman sleeping beside his latest mark; then he follows her and rescues her from an attempted suicide. Nina is attracted to him, but also wants to know who he is. Her pursuit of his identity crosses the investigation of Lang, a brilliant police investigator who tries to inhabit the minds of the victims and the killer. Viktor's employer also wants to kill Viktor and his contact, an aging arms dealer and family friend. Does Viktor have a future? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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The first school day photo is a real youth photo of Joachim Król. See more »

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Set Me Free (Empty Rooms)
Jam & Spoon feat. Rea
Produced by Jam El Mar and Mark Spoon
for Allstar Music Production
at Allstar Studio, Frankfurt/Germany
Vocals Rea Garvey
Guitars by Peter Weihe and Jam El Mar
Additional drums by Christoph Leis-Bendorff
Music by Jam El Mar
Lyrics by Rea Garvey
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Thought-provocative
25 February 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Coming totally left-field in the German movie landscape, this movie takes the clichés of the genre and twists them around and brings a fresh new perspective. It is like a breathe of fresh air that rekindles the dying embers of this style of movies. The images are crisp and clean, with interesting shots, which break the mold that this convoluted genre at times shows. It must be said that the music in this movie is not just background static, as it is in most motion pictures. Quite the contrary, it adds a layer of psychological depth to the characters, as if the acting weren't enough. All in all, it is a movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final denouement. I'm looking forward to more of this director!


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