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Jean van de Velde
After the horrible terrorist attacks that rocked Paris, this daring investigation thriller plunges you inside the extremist muslim groups that grow inside western countries and can strike at any moment.
Nassim Si Ahmed
Blaise Dumas, war correspondent, covers an armed conflict in Eastern Europe. When he wakes from a temporary coma in his home town of Quebec City, Blaise discovers that his long time collaborator and photographer has not come back with him. He then sets out to recapture the events that led to his friend's disappearance and his own narrow escape from the war zone. Written by
I did not think when i put this film on i would be so irritated watching it.The makers of this film put no effort into any background information into this film at all to help explain what is being seen. Conflict in Eastern Europe is as good as it gets, and by language Russian, but no more is known..... What is the conflict about and between who? Where exactly is it and what sort of years?
The film in general is slow and boring and lacks what is needed to keep you to stop from turning it off.
There be many people who do not agree but then they will be the people who think source code made 100 percent sense.
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