A down on his luck engineer gets involved in an adventure with a mysterious woman and an emerald magnate.
He wanted adventure...She craved revenge...Emeralds held the answer.
Did You Know?
The three balloons seen during this movie's signature set piece, the air raid journey to the penthouse bank building vault for a tower heist of precious emerald gems, are known as "Cloudhoppers". Also known as "Lindstrand Cloudhoppers", the one person balloons, fueled by burning gas, were invented in 1979 by Per Lindstrand
. According to Lindstrand's website, almost as soon as the Cloudhoppers were certified for use in the U.K., they were used in this movie. See more
There's only one problem. Women are going for younger men these days.
Well, nothing beats experience.
The Water Bottle
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