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The Nest (2002)

The Nest (2002)

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Directed by Florent E. Siri, Nid De Guepes chronicles the unlikey cooperation between a band of thieves and an elite group of judicial escorts. As several characters prepare for their various missions on Bastille Day, an unapologetic Albanian mobster (Angelo Infanti) is being flown in to stand trial. Despite extensive security, Nexhep's (Infanti) armed flunkies stage a violent diversion, and the escorts end up in the same warehouse where some young criminals are attempting to steal truckloads of expensive computers. Though the group of thieves are initially suspicious of the new visitors, they must quickly combine their efforts to stay alive amongst the Albanian mafia's dogged and potentially deadly determination to find their captured leader. Nid De Guepes also features Damy Naceri, Benoit Magimel, Nadia Fares, Pascal Greggory, and Sami Bouajila.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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France 2 Cinéma

Cast

Samy Naceri
as Nasser
Nadia Farès
as Laborie
Richard Sammel
as Winifried
Martial Odone
as Martial
Angelo Infanti
as Abedin Nexhep
Martin Amic
as Spitz
Grigori Manoukov
as Le Passager VAB
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½

The nest is one heck of a french action.Filled with colorful characters and a lot of dead bodies.The action is somewhat over the top .The idea is fairly simple a couple gangs accidentally meet at the same warehouse a chaos consumes."The nest" has a french sense of a sort drama and action put together.overall the movie is exciting a thrill a minute kind of feel to it.

Sam Andreas
Sam Andreas
½

A good action movie that should have been great if there was more character, and plot development. The concept of the plot was great, but I found myself confused alot of the time on who was who, and why certain things were happening. Decently done, for the most part.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

An action packed shoot-em up french film. My only real complaint is none of the actors stood out, nor am I familiar with any of them. It also seemed the ending was rushed, with no final showdown between the army of followers of the prisoner and the swat/police force. Perhaps the budget ran out; either way, if you are a fan of gunplay and a decent story even though its a bit overblown, this is a good watch!

alan jay
alan jay

Super Reviewer

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