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This is really a product made for after fifty years old house wives. For guys like me, who love brutal, fierce and dark crime movies, not for the squeamish, this crap may be compared to brain washing, if you watch it too often. This film made for TV is adapted from an actual event that occurred on France in 2009. An armored car guard went away, alone, in the truck of his own company; a truck in which there was of course a big bullion. The guy in question - Tony Musulin - surrendered some weeks later. Period.
This film hesitates between thriller and comedy. But there is not any comic situations although in it, only no really criminal elements a thriller need to be named as wheel. So you wait for something that never happens. A crap made for the whole family. I hate that.
Forget it. If not,you'll watch it at your own risks...
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