The Girl in the Kremlin
In 1953, Soviet dictator Stalin fakes his own death, undergoes plastic surgery and vanishes but OSS agent Steve Anderson searches for him in Europe.
You may also like
The Girl in the Kremlin torrent reviews
Gabriel C (it) wrote: Tender, funny and heartfelt, with a charming performance from Sam Rockwell.
Toms T (br) wrote: Very dramatic and awfully truly acted/filmed story about modern slavery in post-war Bosnia. Remarkable performance by Rachel Weisz.
stefano l (fr) wrote: Many topics in this movie: the fear for the diverse (very actual in italy now) is always present, though is not the principal one. Others (the naturale want of blood of the vampires) are taken from others vampire movies and are classical, but are less important in the trama. The set is great, and the special effects too. I liked it, and I will re-watch it (not immediately) because I didn't understant it in his totality. For the fans of the gothic movies, this is not like you expected from a vampire film, but it's rather pleasurable.
Richard C (ag) wrote: One of the best films I've seen over the past few years, set in Glasgow (and no it is nothing like Trainspotters), everything about it looks as if it really was the late 1960's, and it appears a lot of it was based on real life events. I wonder if that drawing really is in the Glasgow art gallery?
Jim P (au) wrote: Orson Wells reminds us why he is the great master of film. A compelling pseudo-documentary which invented modern editing styles, which will make you forget that it rambles with barley any sense of direction.
Jonah G (fr) wrote: has some really stupid moments but still has some solid action and Harrison Ford being as awesome as usual.