PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
After being betrayed and left for dead in Italy, Charlie Croker and his team plan an elaborate gold heist against their former ally.
Edward Norton made it clear that his participation in this film was a result of contractual obligation, not choice. He had signed a three-movie deal with Paramount, of which Primal Fear (1996), his breakthrough movie, was the first. He kept dismissing scripts for the other two films of the deal, until Paramount coerced him into accepting a role in this film. Norton did not hide his misery on the set, clashing with the crew throughout it, and when the producer handed out gifts to the cast over the movie's surprisingly strong box office performance, Norton returned the gift with a note stating "Give this to someone you actually like - or someone who actually likes you."
John Bridger: Hello, sweetie.
Stella: Daddy, it's early.
There is no visible breath seen from the cold weather during any scenes in the Alps.
At the very end of the credits, the sound of coins falling and tinkling can be heard.
UK theatrical version was edited by distributor UIP for language to secure a more commercial 12A rating.
English, Russian, Italian
$19,457,944 (USA) (1 June 2003)
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