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Indigène d'Eurasie (2010) HD online
Language: English
Category: Movie / Drama
Original Title: Indigène du0027Eurasie
Director: Sharunas Bartas
Writers: Sharunas Bartas,Catherine Paillé
Released: 2010
Duration: 1h 51min
Video type: Movie
When drug smuggler Genia is betrayed by his partner, he has no choice but to get help from a Russian mobster. His main goal is to retreat from the crime world and retire. He travels to Moscow, where he arrives at his ex-girlfriend Sasha, a hooker with a heart. Everything goes wrong from there and Genia is forced to flee with Sasha through Lithuania and Belarus where he will finally end up in France.
Credited cast:
Sharunas Bartas Sharunas Bartas - Gena
Klavdiya Korshunova Klavdiya Korshunova - Sasha
Erwan Ribard Erwan Ribard - Philippe
Elisa Sednaoui Elisa Sednaoui - Gabrielle
Aurélien Vernhes-Lermusiaux Aurélien Vernhes-Lermusiaux - Aurélien


Reviews: [2]

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    Efmprof

    What a surprise for this European noir film. I don't know the actors and film makers. But it's worthwhile for a thriller lover like me. I saw some kind of such pictures from time to time. But they are hard to catch on TV airing. Actually, I found it on DVD. it was released in theatres and I missed it. I guess no one saw it. Such a shame.

    The tale of a young mob from Estonia, a sort of homeless, but a dangerous one, who lives from some traffics and relations with the Russian mob. He says in the film he has many enemies and some friends too. And the most difficult for him is to separate the firsts from the seconds...We watch here the problems he encounters with some gals, prostitutes and gangsters, in the violent way, as you can guess. But not as I you could expect for such a feature. It's just realistic, no more. This story is the fall of a petty thug, not the rise. It's not SCARFACE. The audience may feel some sympathy for the lead character, the young gangster.

    A good noir from eastern Europe.
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    heart of sky

    I enjoyed the film, but it also annoyed me. That's not necessarily bad.

    Just to clear some things up, the main character is not a young man. He does not look like a young man. He did not act like a young man. He acted like a wise predator.

    He's not giving anything away in his demeanor, which helps in his line of business, but it also acts as a bit of a prison. He treats his women badly, and they seem like little more than toys for him to play with. He wants to be a mystery. He has lost the ability to connect.

    It was as if he just wanted to maintain his emotionless facade all the time. When he does show emotion it doesn't necessarily make you empathize with him. This results in a kind of nihilism which can also make it difficult to connect with the film.

    With really great actors, they can find ways to show a bit of vulnerability which you can latch on to. I don't think that's what the director/actor was interested in. In that respect I think he was successful, but maybe the nihilism isn't my thing.