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Möbius (2013)

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An FSB officer falls in love with his agent, an American woman, who works as a trader in a Russian bank.

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Joshua
Maksim Vitorgan ...
Sobchak (as Maxim Vitorgan)
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Agent CIA Möbius
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Ava
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Collègue Joshua
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Saïd
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Bob
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Honey
Michael G. Shannon ...
Le père d'Alice
Pierre Baux ...
Birnbaum
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Olga
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In the high stakes world of espionage, one Russian FSB operative will do whatever it takes to crack an international money laundering operation and American banker, Alice, is the key. The only problem is that he isn't the only one after Alice. Now he must find out who he can trust and use everything he knows in order to get to the truth and bring down a powerful Russian oligarch. Written by Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for sexuality, brief graphic nudity, and language | See all certifications »

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27 February 2013 (France)  »

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Agentu zaidimai  »

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The Moscow café where the confrontation between Alice, Moise and the CIA takes place is called "U Erika" ("Chez Eric"), as seen in Russian on the sign when Moise walks in. Eric is the first name of the director. See more »

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Written by Olga Kouklaki
Performed by Olga Kouklaki
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Extraordinaire
30 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

The performances that is! A good story, that gets a bit slowed down by some flashbacks. Dujardin and De France are a pair that ignites more than just a fire. And it translates to the screen. As the director was saying in the interview, the main thing was to make that relationship work and it does work.

The story with an international cast and many languages spoken (english, french, Russian ...) might feel overloaded at times, but it still works because of the actors involved in it. The fact you are involved with the characters only heightens the tension that the movie portrays. Not really that many action scenes (one fight scene in particular stands out), but the thrill of it still works.


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