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Plennitsa (2013)

Contemporary Russia. An ambitious businesswoman is abducted by a serial killer.

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Vladimir Lert
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Credited cast:
Igor Arnautov Igor Arnautov ... Boris Arkadevich
Zoya Baranovskaya Zoya Baranovskaya ... Varvara
Inna Belikova Inna Belikova ... Zhertva Rodiona
Aleksandr Girich Aleksandr Girich ... Voditel Zheni
Vitaliy Ivanchenko Vitaliy Ivanchenko ... Venya
Aleksandr Kobzar Aleksandr Kobzar ... Rodion
Olga Oleksiy Olga Oleksiy ... Elena Dyagileva
Aleksey Petukhov Aleksey Petukhov ... Isaak Khilevich
Sofiya Pisman Sofiya Pisman ... Mat Rodiona
Sergey Radchenko Sergey Radchenko ... Ivan
Yana Sobolevskaya Yana Sobolevskaya ... Irina Khoroshko
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Elena Dyagileva (Olga Oleksiy), an ambitious businesswoman, dreams of rising to the top of the career ladder when she encounters an unexpected problem - she will have to 'win over' her boss's son in order to get her promotion. Lena is almost ready to compromise her principles and forget about her husband, when disaster suddenly strikes, and Lena is abducted by a serial killer.

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Crime | Thriller

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He keeps digging in our minds
19 February 2016 | by bigbundy69See all my reviews

This is the 2nd movie by this director & i see a pattern here where he is interested in dealing with people who had lost something very dear to them & the effects it has on their minds. Unfortunately this movie is not good at all, the idea of how the anti hero went mad because of his loss is a bit interesting but the rest of the plot is very generic, low budget movie. On top of that you get to see the way Russians are interacting with each other, this only adds more sorrow to the viewer.

Conclusion: If you want to see an average thriller you'll go through this, but if you came to watch a good movie go see the 1st movie by this director "Rejection" (2011) which is way more interesting. I have to say that it's always a shame to see a director who created a good movie make a really bad one after that (as with Ang Lee, who sometimes makes great movies & then there are the complete BS like "Life of Pi" which really makes me want to throw up)


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Official Sites:

Star Media [Russia]

Country:

Russia | Ukraine

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

2013 (Ukraine) See more »

Also Known As:

Captive See more »

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Star Media, Star Media See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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