William Lancing, a former CIA agent is in search of an orphan girl in Warsaw, Irena the girl is victim of a sinister organization trafficking young female orphans and the Polish police led by a beautiful blonde help Lancing rescue the girl. The DVD is in superb colour De Luxe, the music has classical orchestral works and the film is packed with arm shooting and sword fighting. I particularly liked Ida Nowakowska as the orphan girl and Steven Seagal in a masterful display of clashing swords with the bad chief. The scene of arm shooting in a classy Polish brothel is breathtaking.
Good story, one of the better Seagal movies.
It was as good as Steven Segal can get I enjoyed it.
A staple Steven Segal formula. An OK one for the fans, with decent aikido action, and even a splash of 'cryptology' thrown into the plot - which seems to be the flavour-of-the-moment!
Excellent story, typical Segal at his best.
Not up to the standard of the old Seagal movies!
One of the best from Stephen, who is my favourite hero and really excels in this one.