Toorop (Vin Diesel) is a ruthless mercenary hired to smuggle a young woman from a post-Apocalyptic Eastern Europe across the water to New York. With enemies at every turn, Toorop fears this will be his last job - but if this woman is a viral weapon as he suspects, with the power to kill millions, is he brave enough to pull the trigger himself?
Our Rating: 4/10
Contributed By: JT
- Country: France
- Language: English | Russian
- Runtime: 130
- Budget: $70,000,000
- Revenue: $22,531,698
- Production: Canal+
So, how does the movie end??
There are two teams chasing the woman - those that belong to her father, and those that belong to the secret religious cult ran by her mother.
With the help of a friend; Toorop, Aurora and the nun travel by submarine to Canada, and then across the ice by snow-mobile to an airport before they can fly to the US and a world completely different to that over the Atlantic.
Aurora is checked by an evil doctor, and it's revealed that she is having twins - apparently by immaculate conception - implanted by her father as an experiment, but to be used by the fake religion governed by the mother to make it sound more authentic.
At the exchange, Toorop manages to cause a gunfight between the rival factions. The nun is shot and Aurora kills Toorop before he is cut down by a missile.
He is revived by Aurora's father, who was meant to be dead, and they use a device to recall his final memories to reveal Aurora's last words that she is going to his old home.
Toorop picks her up, and then there is a big chase scene ... which is over soon enough, and then Aurora is rushed to hospital where she dies giving birth.
It cuts to a scene in the future with a happy Toorop caring for twins - a little black girl and a little white girl.