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The Second Front (2005)

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In the midst of World War 2, intelligence services from England, Germany and Russia collided in a fierce fight for the mind of Nicky Raus, a genius German Jewish scientist who's developing ... See full summary »

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Frank Hossom
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Nicolas Raus
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Olga Ryabina (as Lana Litwak)
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General von Binding
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Veklich
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Lubenets
Aleksey Chadov ...
Bykov
Bohdan Graczyk ...
Hans (as Bogdan Graczyk)
Nicholas Irons ...
Garry
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Archer
Tom Lasica ...
British Agent
Oleg Drach ...
KGB General
Sergey Romanyuk ...
KGB Colonel (as Sergey Romanuk)
Vladimir Samoylyuk ...
KGB Lieutenant (as Vladimir Samoiluk)
Anatoliy Gnatyuk ...
Piloy Lyakhov (as Anatoly Gnatuk)
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In the midst of World War 2, intelligence services from England, Germany and Russia collided in a fierce fight for the mind of Nicky Raus, a genius German Jewish scientist who's developing a weapon of tremendous power. An American agent, Frank Hossom, enters the game when German agents undertake a daring operation stealing the scientist. Frank has to get the scientist back - dead or alive. His mission is complicated by his developing relationship with Olga Ryabina, Nicky's lover, an actress forced to work for KGB. The love triangle and the international intrigue weave into a deadly net. Written by EE

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Every Country Wanted What One Man Possessed.

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Action | Romance | War

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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17 January 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Stormbringer  »

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During the scene with the gun fight at the farmhouse, you'll notice that at one moment, the biggest Russian with the machine gun is holding an MG34, which he had had since he landed, and the next moment, apparently only when he is shooting, it is an MG42. It continues to switch back and forth from an MG34 (round barrel with holes in it) to an MG42 (larger rectangular barrel with slits in the side). At one point, you can see a curved cartridge hanging from the bottom of the MG42, a feature not found on such weapons. See more »

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Ridiculous and Unconvincing
14 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first thing you must do if you want to enjoy this movie is convince yourself that the notion that Nazi Germany would go to any lengths to capture and utilize a Jew for his intelligence is not utterly preposterous. If you are able to convince yourself of that, and you haven't seen movies like Enigma which would allow you to see through the thin plot, then you might enjoy this film. What the film makers failed to understand is basic Nazi ideology and doctrine, which shaped Germany's policies from 1933 to early 1945. Nazi ideology would not permit the belief that a Jew could be more intelligent than Aryan scientists, nor that a Jew could be an asset to the purposes of the Reich. I have to say that I had high hopes for this one when I ran across it at Hollywood Video, but I was thoroughly disappointed.


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