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Milan and Jonas once were the best friends in the world. Until the day when they had to denounce Serki, a criminal psychopath, to the Mexican police. Six years later Jonas meets up with a devastated Milan: Serki has just been released and he is back to Paris seeking vengeance. Written by
Time is of essence. And things you've done in the past, might catch up to you. Something that is very true here. And it doesn't even matter if you had no choice or saying in the matter. What matters is the end result. And if someone doesn't like that, you might expect that other person to hold you responsible. Especially if that other person is a mean criminal being.
Not the most original main idea, but the main actors convey their emotions and relationship pretty good, most of the time. This is a pretty decent thriller that has a good amount of suspension that will keep you busy and entertained most of the time, if you let it.
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