A childless US couple asks help after Luka Vladic, the pre-teen boy they bough naively from ruthless ex-Yugoslavian gangsters, wasn't delivered. Nathan accepts, aware formerly foster-abused orphan parker is very emotional about the subject. They trace the whole network to Serbia, and conceive a fake B-movie production as sting. Meanwhile parker discovers Luka is hidden with many, mostly kidnapped, kids in a warehouse. it's mainly used by a powerful arms-dealer, yet she refuses to abandon any child 'merchandise'. Written by
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The line where Eliot says 'How was I supposed to know it was a lesbian bar' had to be inserted to explain actual injuries that Christian Kane
had sustained. He was throwing a football with Timothy Hutton
after a late night poker game when he slipped and fell on asphalt, grazing his cheek and splitting his lip See more
The thing is, y-you have to establish, you know, the main character's dramatic need...
Otherwise there's no emotional payoff in the resolution.
Wait. This-this is a movie about NATO troops being attacked by werewolves. No, there is no emotional payoff!
References The Hills Have Eyes