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White Gold (2003)

| Action, Adventure
In 1919 a White Army train carrying the bulk of Czar Nicolas' gold reserves arrives empty at Siberia's Ikutsk station. Decades later the grandson of a White Army officer inherits a map to the treasure.

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Alexander Diachenko ...
Oleg (as Alexandr Dyachenko)
Evgeniy Sidikhin ...
Lomov (as Yevgeniy Sidikhin)
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Popov (as Boris Scherbakov)
Tatyana Cherkasova ...
Ksenia (as Tatiana Mesherkina)
Viktor Stepanov ...
Larion
Gleb Plaksin ...
Academic
Igor Yasulovich ...
Vasia
Nadezhda Makhmudova ...
Katia
Ivan Agapov ...
Cop
Aleksandr Pashkovskiy ...
Pasha (as Alexander Pashkovsky)
Anton Smekalkin ...
Detector
Aleksandra Nazarova ...
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Eric van Genderen ...
Jim Beam
Kane Abdul Boli ...
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In 1919 a White Army train carrying the bulk of Czar Nicolas' gold reserves arrives empty at Siberia's Ikutsk station. Decades later the grandson of a White Army officer inherits a map to the treasure.

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A fehér arany bűvöletében  »

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They shoot bad actors don't they
2 February 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

I agree with Sergey, it's amazing they even let this one appear on DVD. I have seen worse but barely. Bad acting, crappy plot, not even worth half the 2 euros the DVD cost. Some of the Russian actors performed as well as an average A-team episode, but the amateurs portraying Americans should be sent to Siberia. Also include the sound guys to the Siberia express. You have to be a real expert to keep the microphone well on screen and still manage to get an unbalanced and crappy soundtrack. The stunt guys are the only ones keeping this one star disaster from reaching the bottom of the cinematographic ladder. The action looks more probable and real than similar US movies. As a CD promoting travel to Russia it might have more success than as an adventure movie. The advice is, steer clear of this DVD unless you want to use it as a coaster or offer it to your mother in law for Christmas.


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