When a truck trafficking children is intercepted in the desert by the army, one of the traffickers is captured. Interpol agent Frank Salek comes to the police station with his partner to ...
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When a truck trafficking children is intercepted in the desert by the army, one of the traffickers is captured. Interpol agent Frank Salek comes to the police station with his partner to interrogate the prisoner. However, the man lures his partner and commits suicide in the toilet. Frank, who is addicted in pills and is haunted by his past, finds three names in the prisoner's cellular that is broken. In France, the President of the International Court Laura Bernheim is chasing the Blackstream Army, an evil organization protected by worldwide authorities. In Paris, the retired and awarded detective Lionel Kasdan, who grieves the loss of his wife, is summoned by the parochial priest since the regent of his choir Goetz Willhen has been found dead in the church. The coroner has found foot steps of children around the corpse with stain of blood. Kasdan decides to conduct his own investigation and finds that Goetz was Chilean. He also discovers that Goetz was homosexual and had an affair ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gerard Depardieu is always worth watching. Even (or maybe especially) if the character he is portraying has many flaws and faults. Being a cop and having to work with an (unlikely) partner just adds to the whole thing. Both lone wolfs have to overcome their fears and their ego to work together. It's not that original to pair two guys like that, but both of them make it work.
The mystery element (there is a reason this "sounds" a bit church-like) is more welcome and delivers, while not pitch perfect at least on a very good note. I won't go into details (many things will be obvious and foreseeable), but you might have fun watching this good versus evil game ... especially, when sometimes its not clear who is what
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