Fred rarely gets through the day without falling to the ground with crippling pain. After meeting Regan and visiting an acupuncturist, he finally begins to find relief for both his chronic pain and his persistent loneliness.
International master thief, Simon Templar, also known as The Saint, is tasked to find a man's kidnapped daughter. In addition to evading the authorities, Simon must face a dangerous adversary from his past.
The Parkers, a reclusive family who follow ancient customs, find their secret existence threatened as a torrential downpour moves into their area, forcing daughters Iris and Rose to assume responsibilities beyond those of a typical family.
This really is not worth the time spent, but my dogma tells me that I have to watch a movie from beginning to end. It seems that I am the first one to comment here and that doesn't surprise me, because I don't think you will find this movie very easily. It came with a bunch of other (semi-) B movies in a cheap DVD pack. The hero of the movie is an unsympathetic, lazy and sexist guy who is involved with two smart, attractive women. Very unbelievable. None of the actors stood out to give the movie some charm. Cinematographically not at all interesting with repeating cheap fade-outs and post-noir colouring. I cannot believe that people waste money to make and watch such a movie (well I did, but it cost me only EUR 0,80...) The pinnacle of stupidity is the scene in which the main character goes on stage to play the bongos while the viewer can hear that the audio produced is completely different from the meagre drumming act of the Groom. Film to be used in academies in classes on how not to make a movie...
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