Ballerina Dominika Egorova is recruited to 'Sparrow School,' a Russian intelligence service where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Her first mission, targeting a C.I.A. agent, threatens to unravel the security of both nations.
Anna (Sasha Luss) is a young beautiful girl who managed to make a career in the fashion world. More recently, she was a simple model from Moscow, but in a very short time, she was able to enter the elite. Once she entered the hotel of an influential and very dangerous person, after which a whole mountain of corpses was discovered there. The girl is being interrogated by special services, but she has absolutely nothing to tell them on this fact. She looks scared, and no one suspects her. Anna goes free and begins preparing for a new business. Under the guise of a fragile beauty, is hiding the world's most dangerous assassin, who has not yet misfired.Written by
The scene where Anna leans exhaustedly against a wall in the shower following a hit job gone wrong is an identical tribute to that of Jean Reno's character in almost identical circumstances in Writer, Producer, and Director Luc Besson's Léon: The Professional (1994). See more »
During Anna's first modeling shoot early in the movie, she tries on dozens of outfits that weren't introduced until as late as 2017, shortly before filming took place. The computers shown throughout the offices were first-generation Apple iMac G3s (the ones with translucent plastic covers that replaced Apple's Macintosh line of desktop computers), which weren't introduced until 1998. See more »
Written by Yann Brunissen, Stéphane Chenu, Ludovic Piquemal
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Being aware of the story yet still picked up little surprises here and there. Can't we just enjoy the scenes and stop thinking how complex it should be?
For me it's a pleasant amount of twists, actions, and beautiful candies for the eyes. I think the cast and the director did a wonderful job.
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