Even a former Spetsnaz assassin can have a soft spot. The one killing the leaders of a group of neo-Nazi (ish) skinheads, bigots and white supremacists loves her young daughter. At the end, there is champagne and a cake with candles: and the wish is for the return of William Fichtner, Gabriella Pession, Marc Lavoine (twin maybe), Richard Flood and Carrie-Anne Moss.Written by
When Seeger and Wilkinson set off in pursuit of the assassin on foot they are In Prague, Czech Republic heading East. Seconds later they appear in Alexanderplatz in Berlin, Germany, more than 200 miles to the North. After losing the assassin they reappear outside the restaurant in Prague again - a round trip of more than 430 miles in 90 seconds. See more »
Former Spetsnaz lieutenant, Valentina Mickailova. Birthplace: Moscow, USSR, 1984. Last know address: Prague. Widowed, one child.
A child? An assassin with a child?
Yeah, haven't you seen Spy Kids?
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So the series ends. We have a white supremacist group that the authorities are forced to protect, even though they would rather not. A young woman, whose black husband was killed, decides to go rogue and kill the leader. There is a lot of collateral damage. It's interesting that as awful as these people are, she traps and kills them. She is quite enterprising but she is evil herself. We are supposed to care because she has a daughter. It isn't so simple. Once again, the authorities act like idiots when it come to apprehending people. They like to go up to an armed suspect who is desperate and try to subdue them. Of course, they get a kick in the groin or a chop to the neck and that suspect is on the loose. This is a good time to finish this because the writing is so lame.
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