They come from all over Eastern Europe: Russia, Romania, Chechnya. They are Eastern boys. The oldest appear no more than 25; as for the youngest, there is no way of telling their age. They hang around the Gare du Nord train station in Paris. They might be prostitutes, but there is no way of knowing for certain. Muller, a discreet man in his late fifties has his eye on one of them - Marek. One afternoon, Muller gathers his courage and speaks to him. The young man agrees to come visit Muller the following day, at his place. However the next day, when the doorbell rings, Muller doesn't have the faintest idea that he has fallen into a trap.
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Rodrigo G (es) wrote: 9/10 a very funny point of view of teenage sexuality
Tim M (fr) wrote: The pinnacle of nunsploitation in film. Hilarious, fantastic, a bit slow at times. Hopefully, Sister Magpie from Re-Loaded will be in the sequel.
Mike H (ca) wrote: The Saws look to gorey and the people in the movies are messed up and Jigsaw is being stupid SO PEACE!
TTT C (it) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up I found this to be interesting enough to recommend.
Frances H (nl) wrote: Wonderfully sad and funny film by the renowned Diane Keaton about familial love, memories and grief, with two wildly eccentric uncles thrown in. Heartwarming and touching--a great watch.
Jordan P (mx) wrote: Similar to The Longest Day and Saving Private Ryan before it, this movie shows the horror that is war, the heroism inherent in all of us and the randomness with which death takes us with a conclusion that we wage war not for glory, but to protect our friends.
Johnathan M (it) wrote: I can only imagine that on paper this seemed like a good idea. In reality not even John Cusack could save it !! Distinctly average and if it wasn't for Cusack it would have been 1 star.
Ron L (nl) wrote: No 20 something is going to make it to heaven. Too many evil people. This is just too funny and people believe. Poorly made.
Kevin G (de) wrote: Not bad. Not great. Doesn't deserve a 19% though.