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The Hague-based Europol agent Simon Fox (Morgan C. Jones) leads a troubled life after he accidentally shot and killed a child. Struggling with this trauma Simon is confronted with a secret post-war resistance organization called 'Gladio'. The organization is abused by illustrious politicians in their hunger for power, as a result of which The Netherlands is likely to degenerate into a police state. When it becomes clear that Simon's father established 'Gladio' after the war with very different intentions, Simon is determined to turn the tide..
You know those movies in which Christian Slater is talking in the camera and how that really sucks? I always wished he didn't do that. But now I saw a movie which could use that kind of 'acting'
It's just not a logical story. Things happen all of the sudden, but the actors seem to be ok with it and find logic in the events. I wish they explained it to me because from the point of view of a bystander the logic simply isn't there.
The acting is terrible and the filming sucks. A shot of a "traffic jam" is clearly taken on a parking lot of some kind. There is a connection with WOII but it is very weak and at the same time present all the time. The actors seem to find it logical. I don't.
Don't watch this.
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