After witnessing Russian mobsters murder her cousin Natasha, exotic dancer Anna (Algina Lipskis) flees from her native St. Petersburg, Russia to a small English village in North Yorkshire where she assumes the identity of her dead cousin, who was once a college exchange student in the town some years earlier. "Natasha" soon awakens the dormant libidos of the sleepy townspeople (both male and female whom she seduces). But before long, her sexual exploits get her noticed in the Web, which in turn attracts the attention of the Russian gangsters from her past who travel to the town to look for her to tie up any loose ends from the crime. Written by
The film plot was simple and predictable. The acting was not brilliant. The music sound track was, frankly, awful.
Did I enjoy it? Yes, I did - thoroughly. It made me laugh out loud several times, something that few films have achieved.
A glaring error on the sound track occurred during a scene at the railway station when the distinctive sound of an American diesel locomotive horn was clearly heard. A few moments later, a very British little diesel multiple unit comes into view. These sound nothing like their American cousins.
Don't watch this film looking for Oscar-winning performances because you won't find any. Do watch it for a bit of fun and light entertainment. I think you'll enjoy it.
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