A childless US couple asks help after Luka Vladic, the pre-teen boy they bought naively from ruthless ex-Yugoslavian gangsters, wasn't delivered. Nathan accepts, aware formerly foster-abused orphan Parker is very emotional about the subject. They trace the whole network to Serbia, and conceive a fake B-movie production as a sting. Meanwhile Parker discovers Luka is hidden with many, mostly kidnapped, kids in a warehouse. it's mainly used by a powerful arms-dealer, yet she refuses to abandon any child 'merchandise'.
Did You Know?
Belgrade was "played" by Budapest. When the team goes to Belgrade, the images shown of the Statue and the river with the bridge, that's actually the Statue of Liberty and the Lánchíd (Chain-bridge) overlooked by the Royal Castle, all in Budapest, Hungary. See more
When Hardison pulls up info on Nicolas Obrovic, his height is shown as 5'9". However, the actor portraying him (David S. Lee
is actually over 6'2". See more
[about kids in foster care
They're gonna turn out like me.
I like how you turned out.
References The Hills Have Eyes