A psychotic Russian terrorist bent on restoring communism to his mother land, sides with a vengeful Irish weapons dealer in the hope of stealing the blueprints for a nuclear satellite from ... See full summary »
This film is an incredibly artful masterpiece of cinematics. I have followed the long, graceful, classy career of cinematographer Ben Gamble ever since I knew him back in Grove City, Ohio. We all used to love Ben's movies. We used to say, "If it's a Gamble, you don't have to gamble!" Ha ha! This is just another one of his wonderful pictures, but I have to say I have always admired his strong hands (on a camcorder) and his deep, soul-searching eyes (when he's framing a good scene). I'd also like to commend Ben for his role as "that one Russian guy." That was totally great.