Then the filmmakers brought out the TASER shotgun and the movie's credibility took a huge swan dive into BS territory.
Hell hath no fury like a Mad Max fan scorned.
The basic premise and the story's various twists and turns were extremely implausible, its characters unsympathetic and thinly written.
Language barrier, hell. I've seen Bergman's classic, a few times. Not bad, but I'll take Clint and Clyde over art house Death any day.
I guess showing that Greenpeace short in class and getting us dumb little kids to write heartfelt letters to the Canadian PM gave the Science teacher something to pat himself on the back for, but it contributed to legislation that impoverished and devastated entire communites.
And now, following in the shady footsteps of his hero Roman Polanski, he's off to Europe.