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The Second Front (2005)

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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 ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Frank Hossom
... Nicolas Raus
... Olga Ryabina (as Lana Litwak)
... General von Binding
... Veklich
... Lubenets
... Bykov
Bohdan Graczyk ... Hans (as Bogdan Graczyk)
Nicholas Irons ... Garry
... Archer
Tom Lasica ... British Agent
... KGB General
... KGB Colonel (as Sergey Romanuk)
Vladimir Samoylyuk ... KGB Lieutenant (as Vladimir Samoiluk)
Anatoliy Gnatyuk ... Piloy Lyakhov (as Anatoly Gnatuk)


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.


Action | Romance | War

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence | See all certifications »





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Release Date:

17 January 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Stormbringer  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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When Hossom and the "KGB" team raid the farmhouse, Hossom has found an German made, German issued Mauser k98 behind the enemy lines of Nazi-controlled Ukraine. He then proceeds to prepare for the raid by cocking the gun pump-action style. The Mauser k98 is a bolt-action rifle, as is plainly seen shortly thereafter. See more »

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This film is absolutely HORRIBLE
4 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Rented this one (thank God!). Right from the start I could tell I was in for an extremely dull picture. The opening narration must have used the word It about 10 times. They were so close to IT. IT was almost solved. He had the formula needed to solve IT. etc... Then you see a bunch of fat guys dressed up in trench-coats. Nobody cares that the whole set is consisting of spies obviously up to no good. Consistency is lacking in the film as the main character is wounded and later on in the film there isn't a mark on him where he was shot before. The mouth/sounds do not match up 80% of the time. The aircraft used in the film (a Beriev Be-12 Chaika 'Mail') wasn't even developed during the movies time set (1942) it was created in the 1960's (yet they used it during this film set in 1942? Who did research on this pic?) The plot is confusing and extremely poor in construction. Extremely low budget film. One has to wonder why people even bother wasting money for such disgusting wastes of film, money, time and effort (even though this film had about 0 effort expended on it). The acting is poor and the plane shots are positively dreadful. DO NOT BUY! DO NOT RENT!

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