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The Interpol Agent Louis Salinger and his partner are investigating the International Bank of Business and Credit (IBBC). This investigation is with with the District Attorney, Eleanor Whitman, from Manhattan in a two hundred million dollars illegal business of weapons trading. They schedule a meeting with an insider informer from IBBC at the Central Station in Berlin; however his partner is mysteriously killed after the encounter. Salinger finds the identity of the informer when he sees that the Vice President of Acquisitions André Clement had died in a car accident. Salinger and Whitman head to Milan where they meet the politician Umberto Calvini, who is a big arms manufacturer, and he explains that IBBC is interested in buying the missile guiding system that he produces in his factory. When Calvini is murdered by a sniper in a political rally, Salinger and Whitman head to New York following the killer and later to Istanbul, and disclose a scheme of arms supply and destabilization of governments to make their nations slaves of debt. Further, the bank is protected by legal systems and only if Salinger crosses the line he might bring some justice to the corrupt system.
An Interpol agent attempts to expose a high-profile financial institution's role in an international arms dealing ring.
Opens with an interesting scene reminiscent of a Bond movie, setting up the plot, which ends up being rather thin. Who finds it hard to believe that a Banking institution would delve into the world of terrorism and arms dealing, essentially funding conflicts for the sake of profit? Hardly a concept requiring suspension of disbelief. Then the story plods along, attempting to cover the relatively thin plot with conversational puzzles that challenge you to remember the names of characters you haven;t seen yet and connect the dots later in the movie. Finally our "Hero" Salinger, a former Scotland Yard and current Interpol Agent, is faced with making a choice for "justice" that really neither is very compelling nor makes sense for a law enforcement professional. It's one thing when the end justifies the means, but when the end really doesn't matter in terms of conquering the 'true enemy' (the Bank)..it's kind of a "so-what" finish.
"The International" is not your typical thriller. There is a certain cleverness about the way it was made. To begin with, German director Tom Tykwer (who gained international renown for "Run Lola Run") and writer Eric Singer have the audacity (thank god) to challenge the intelligence of their viewers. Just take the opening clip. You see Louis Salinger (Clive Owen) watching his colleague Stumer return from a car where he was speaking to an informant who has information that could bring down the nefarious IBBC bank. Suddenly, Stumer vomits and collapses to the ground. He's dead. Later Salinger learns that the poison that killed him must have come into effect within a minute. And yet even though Salinger and the viewers saw Stumer for every second of that minute, we have no idea who killed him.
This film also has one of the most entertaining heroes, Louis Salinger, because he is vulnerable. In most thrillers and action movies (and I am referring specifically to the Steven Seagal films, the Bond series, etc.), we know that the hero is going to survive and that predictability takes some of the excitement away from those films. So it is very refreshing to see a movie where the hero could actually die, whether it is by poisoning, gunfire or some other means.
Finally, Tom Tykwer has filmed one of the best action scenes in recent years at what is supposed to be the Guggenheim. The building, with its elegant circular structure, is ideal for a dramatic shoot-out between the hero and an unlikely ally on the one hand and the other bad guys, dressed conspicuously in leather jackets, on the other. Who cares whether it is implausible or not? It is simply riveting to watch and reminds me of some of the scenes found in one of the better Alfred Hitchcock pictures.
But the film is not perfect. Some of the scenes, for instance, are an obvious parody of the Kennedy assassination, which we have seen so many times before and we really do not need to see again. There are also some scenes that make little to no sense, especially the key one right at the end. But overall, "The International" is a great film and it has logic that those who are clever or just want to see something new can appreciate.
An hour after seeing it, you may not remember what The International was about. But you'll certainly remember that shootout. That is something to behold.
The International is an original screenplay by screenwriter Eric Singer. The screenplay is supposedly based on two financial corporations—the Canadian-based Permindex Trade Organization and the Pakistani-based Bank of Credit and Commerce International. The title refers to the International Bank of Business and Credit, a powerful international bank that is involved in illegal activities and corruption. a5c7b9f00b
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