A movie directed by Steven Quale, written by Richard Wenk and Luc Bensson, brings on the big screens the story of NATO troops in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s.
America’s image in the twentieth century was the saviour of the world by promoting democratic principles. This is also found in this film, where NATO troops are stationed in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo.
Everything takes a different turn when the best-seen band, from NATO troops, decides to help a local woman to fulfil her dream. More specifically, Sylvia Hoeks is playing this role, and she wants to change the future of her country by finding a Nazi treasure. After the Germans conquered Paris, they stole and deposited in a village from Bosnia and Herzegovina, ingots worth 300 million dollars.
A child, who would eventually be the one who survives this event, manages to steal an ingot and leave the village. Everything is about to be flooded and the wealth of the Nazis sink together with the whole locality, but not their secret.
The story is taken to the boy’s niece, who, after the war that took place in the 1990s, decides to set up a foundation and change the world in which she lives. Soon she falls in love with a soldier in NATO troops who persuades others to join her dream.
The NATO commander decides to help make her dream come true and, after recovering the lost treasure, he divides the win in two: the rightful owner – France, and to the little dreamer the rest.
The actors you will meet are Sylvia Hoeks, J.K. Simmons, Sullivan Stapleton, Ewen Bremner, Jim Rainey, Charlie Bewley, Clemens Schick, Diarmaid Murtagh, Dimitri Leonidas.
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