When a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter is killed in a mass murder in a Barcelona hotel room, maverick reporter Dan Kovaks, the dead journalist's brother, launches an investigation all his ...
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When a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter is killed in a mass murder in a Barcelona hotel room, maverick reporter Dan Kovaks, the dead journalist's brother, launches an investigation all his own. But now he and his hard-driving producer, Alejandra Velor, are being hunted by the killers and a vast network of government agents on both sides of a military conflict brewing in North Korea. But who's working for whom and who can be trusted? Those are the questions troubling Dan and Alejandra as they fight to stay alive and unravel the mystery of a super-secret item dubbed the "Mega-Bill." Written by
Hidden camera is a very well produced action thriller. Actors are good. The idea is complete and you cannot move from your seat. Yeah, I know, all that thing about NorthKorea and the satellites that can show you all the world all the time it's not very well thought. But, at the end, this movie can entertain you for nearly two hours. I was not expecting a Gran Torino.
I do not understand why this film was not released at least, on DVD. It's a huge production: the first persecution...wow...very good...! With trains and all. There's death, blackmail, technology, nudity, everything. Maybe too much. But there's no more to explain. It's not so bad, believe me.
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