The Petersburg-Cannes Express

2003, Movie, PG-13, 100 mins

The Petersburg-Cannes Express
Longtime producer John Daly's directing debut is lovely to look at but seriously undermined by amateurish performances and awkward filmmaking. St. Petersburg, 1904: Russian revolutionary Sophie (Svetlana Lunkina) has been arrested in France while avenging the death of her imprisoned brother. Her comrades back home recruit reluctant revolutionary Alexie Tolchev (Nolan Hemmings), who's renowned for his creative planning, to figure out a way to rescue her. He concocts a scheme that involves kidnapping the Czar's chief prosecutor, Draskovitch (Andris Lielais), from the luxurious Petersburg-Cannes express he's taking to France, where he's going to extradite Sophie to Russ...
Released: 2003 Rated: PG-13 Length: 100 mins

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