Black Sea (15)

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Reviewer Melmoth
Enjoyable descent into submarine claustrophobia and paranoia - as Jude Law leads, complete with a passable Scottish accent, a ragtail bunch of Brits and Russians down to the sea bed to find sunken Nazi gold. In many ways it's basically 'Treasure of the Sierra Madre' under-water, as the lure of the gold starts to pit one against the other and they forget that there are always things more precious than gold, but there is a clever and unexpected plot-twist that chimes with our more modern obsessions with bankers and big coporations. All very well done but not quite in the same league as the John Huston classic.
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