Paul Jensen has taken a job as society-pages editor of Moscow Match. Whilst Investigating a story, Paul witnesses the murder of a respected reporter critical of the Russian regime - and when the magazine kills his colleagues story on the suspicious circumstances surrounding the journalist's death, Paul suggests that the piece run as part of his celebrity coverage never suspecting this will land him in the middle of a terrorist plot.
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play Hot-shot young editor Paul Jensen needs a fresh start So when Onegin - an old friend of his deceased father&39;s - invites him to shake up the society pages of top Russian magazine &39;Moscow Match&39; Paul leaves behind the relative comforts of Berlin for fame in the Russian capital quickly making friends and perhaps finding love in the shape of the mysterious and beautiful Katya But everything changes when Paul witnesses the murder of a fellow journalist and makes the mistake of running a story on it without permission This seemingly innocent action opens up a Pandora&39;s box of problems Paul and Katya soon find themselves dragged into a dangerous world of terrorism espionage and politics that threatens to change - or end - their lives Actors Rade Serbedzija Moritz Bleibtreu Kasia Smutniak Mark Ivanir Stipe Erceg Max Riemelt Reiner Schöne Michael Ihnow Cosima Shaw Merab Ninidze Alexander Yassin Nathalie Griffin Jean Denis Römer Paulina Bachmann & Alexandra Starnitzky Director Dennis Gansel Certificate 15 years and over Year 2012 Languages German Subtitles English
Political thriller directed by Dennis Gansel. Running away from a failed marriage in Berlin, tabloid reporter Paul Jensen (Moritz Bleibtreu) moves to Moscow to take a job working for the magazine his late father helped found with present editor Alexei Onegin (Rade Serbedzija). The experience he has helps restore the magazine to its former glory and it enjoys a new lease of life under Paul's guidance. But when he meets the political activist Katja (Kasia Smutniak) she convinces him to include a political obituary in its pages, an act which begins a shadowy conspiracy to tarnish Paul's reputation and destroy the magazine's newfound success...