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Den of Lions (2003)

R | | Action, Crime, Thriller | 2005 (France)
A Hungarian gypsy working for a Russian mobster becomes a double agent for the FBI.

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A Hungarian gypsy working for a Russian mobster becomes a double agent for the FBI.

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International Crime Deserves International Retribution. See more »

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Bob Hoskins allegedly took the part after being offered 'the best catering in Hungary' during production. See more »

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I don't think this had the production values to classify it as a film
28 May 2004 | by (Hobart, Australia) – See all my reviews

Here's my theory. An accountant with connections managed to score directing a film, a dream he's had ever since he was so influenced by seeing Fate of the Dolphin III as a teenager. He then proceeded to stumble his way through the production and managed to put something together that, and I don't say this lightly, was a movie. Well, only just.

Honestly. I've seen better production values on films shot with no budget whatsoever. I'm sure it had a low budget but it's no excuse for what they turned out. Absolutely no idea how to tell a story through the medium of film. Go back to filming birthday parties.

Anyway, it gave me a good laugh. 0 out of 10.


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