In the midst of World War 2, intelligence services from England, Germany and Russia collided in a fierce fight for the mind of Nicky Raus, a genius German Jewish scientist who has been developing a powerful state-of-the-art secret weapon.

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Dmitriy Fiks (as Dmitry Fiks)

Writers:

Elena Karavaeshnikova (as Elena Karavaishnikova), Chris Sturgeon | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Craig Sheffer ... Frank Hossom
Todd Field ... Nicolas Raus
Svetlana Metkina ... Olga Ryabina (as Lana Litwak)
Ron Perlman ... General von Binding
Aleksey Serebryakov ... Veklich
Alexander Diachenko ... Lubenets
Aleksey Chadov ... Bykov
Bohdan Graczyk Bohdan Graczyk ... Hans (as Bogdan Graczyk)
Nicholas Irons ... Garry
Guy Siner ... Archer
Tom Lasica Tom Lasica ... British Agent
Oleg Drach ... KGB General
Sergey Romanyuk ... KGB Colonel (as Sergey Romanuk)
Vladimir Samoylyuk Vladimir Samoylyuk ... KGB Lieutenant (as Vladimir Samoiluk)
Anatoliy Gnatyuk Anatoliy Gnatyuk ... Piloy Lyakhov (as Anatoly Gnatuk)
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In the midst of World War 2, intelligence services from England, Germany and Russia collided in a fierce fight for the mind of Nicky Raus, a genius German Jewish scientist who's developing a weapon of tremendous power. An American agent, Frank Hossom, enters the game when German agents undertake a daring operation stealing the scientist. Frank has to get the scientist back - dead or alive. His mission is complicated by his developing relationship with Olga Ryabina, Nicky's lover, an actress forced to work for KGB. The love triangle and the international intrigue weave into a deadly net. Written by EE

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Every Country Wanted What One Man Possessed.

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Action | Romance | War

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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The plane referred to as a "DC3" is actually a post-war Russian amphibious airplane...a BE12 See more »

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Awful...just awful
20 May 2006 | by turmoil32See all my reviews

This movie must be the culmination of every bad WWII movie ever made. It is incredibly inaccurate, unrealistic, and stupid. I practically like the stereotypical German with the monocle, the Russian spy with short, tightly pulled back hair and the American with the tiny mustache and bad haircut. Towards the end of the movie, the American character is holding a Kar 98, in the next scene it changes to a shotgun which he cocks, and then reverts back to a Kar 98. Hilarious. I think any attempt to justify the existence of this movie should be met with rancid tomatoes and other rotten produce. After viewing this movie I feel my IQ has substantially dropped. Please, please, please do not rent, buy, or borrow from a friend (although I question what sort of friend what allow you to view such garbage) this movie. It will be the greatest waste of your time since The Replacement Killers.


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Russia | USA

Language:

English | German | Russian

Release Date:

17 January 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Stormbringer See more »

Filming Locations:

Balaklava, Crimea, Ukraine See more »

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