Category: Action
All Genres: Action, Comedy
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: John Stockwell
Sound: Dolby Digital

  • CATch her if you can.

  • Writing by: Nick Ball – (written by) &
    John Niven – (written by)

    Produced by: Ram Bergman – executive producer
    Derrick Borte – executive producer
    Bill Perkins – producer
    Keith Perkins – associate producer
    Iva Ristic – associate producer
    Andjelija Vlaisavljevic – line producer: Serbia & Montenegro

    Cast: Paz Vega – Catarina
    Christopher McDonald – Krebb
    Tony Curran – Sean Moody
    Scott Mechlowicz – Anthony
    Karel Roden – Daniel Carver
    Janet McTeer – Helen Bingham
    Michelle Lombardo – Stephanie
    Alphonso McAuley – Julian
    D.L. Hughley – Dexter
    Branko Djuric – Hamilton
    Jelena Gavrilovic – Grushenka

    Music: Johan Söderqvist
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    Plot Outline:

    The lives of two Danish families cross each other, and an extraordinary but risky friendship comes into bud. But loneliness, frailty and sorrow lie in wait.


    When a sexy, high-end escort holds the key evidence to a scandalous government cover-up, two bumbling young detectives become her unlikely protectors from a ruthless assassin hired to silence her.

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Anton (Michael Persbrant) performs his first surgery he scratches his head/corrects the position of his mask after having put on sterile gloves thereby contaminating them and risking that the patient gets infected. A real surgeon would never do this, and if she or he did, she or he would change gloves.

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    The story that Christian reads at his mother's funeral is Hans Christian Andersen's "The Nightingale".
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    By casting Mikael Persbrandt, Susanne Bier continues a habit of combining Danish and Swedish actors in her films, see also Rolf Lassgård in Efter brylluppet (2006), Rafael Edholm in Den eneste ene (1999) and Ghita Nørby in Pensionat Oskar (1995), among others.
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    It took just three weeks in Danish cinemas for the film to turn a profit, according to Zentropa.
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