The ostensible plot of this sloppily-constructed film eludes one's grasp, as the viewer is bombarded by murky symbols, and flashbacks or flashforwards that send one scrambling for the VCR rewind button.
Intent on exposing Neo-Nazis, writer Martin (Hugh Grant) boards a train for Venice with his top-secret computer disks. He doesn't realize that a group of skinheads--including Udo (Robinson Reichel) who viciously beats up the passenger he replaces--has stowed away on the train. The skinheads seek
Martin's heavily-researched tome at the behest of the manipulative Stranger (Malcolm McDowell).
The Stranger is furious at ballerina Tatjana (Evelyn Opela) for spilli...