Shot in Vienna, right? Pretty damn cool to see this, and explained the lack of 'kiwi' accents (if you want to be PC). I love me a good hammy 48 Hours film and this fit the bill to a tee, to the point of being a contender for best worst film, I think. An expert lecturer in Mozart takes the fight to her nemesis who is also looking for the famed lost sonata. The fact he has her husband kidnapped of course means that things are a bit more stressful than she would like, as she only has 3 days to find it or he is dead. Just a little bit too talky for my liking for an action/adventure.
Having said that, if they still had or have a most manic award, then your ginger haired villain would have to be near the top of the list.
A few laughs in this one - I think unintentional - via the ginger with the black eyebrows. It had a nice story, but I have to admit I found myself switching of at times. Pity about the tech glitches (director heard off camera) but what a great location. The third best film shot in Vienna that I've ever seen :D
wow great shots of a city. The evil guy got some laughs, even by doing nothing, more than once.
your ginger villian was hilarious! i was confused by the plot though.... incredible location to film, loved the last location on the rooftop.
I wasn't quite sure that this movie was intentionally funny, but it got such great laughs I think it deserves points even if it wasn't intentional. Interesting idea for a plot, so all in all well done.
Great idea and some good acting. A few sound issues but otherwise solid.
Took me awhile of thinking 'wow, where's that?' and 'ooooh cool location' to realise this was shot in Vienna. Started off alright, but really lost it's way toward the end. A shame as everything was in place to make it a lot better, especially the location but it just didn't seem to come together all that well. The main villain got a few (unintended?) laughs as did the sexy young 'Mozart Specialist'.
Location was awesome. Good too see an international team involved. I'm not sure if the funny moments were meant to be intentional, but the red haired man got a lot of laughs from literally doing nothing at all. Was very melodramatic, which made it entertaining. Good job guys.