Director: Julien Leclercq
Year Released: 2021
Having survived a suicide attack in the Middle East, soldier Klara (Olga Kurylenko) goes back home only to find that her sister has been sexually assaulted and in critical condition in the hospital: queue up those Liam Neeson quotes from the Taken series. I realize this is a quick and cheap straight-to-streaming revenge movie, but a little more detail would have been nice (there's really no time for context): using wealthy Russians as the baddies brings back memories of the 80's (but also kind of lazy) and it's unwise to reduce Klara to a 'man-hating lesbian' (she goes from ogling a nude female soldier to seeing a woman beaten at the beach by her male lover), perpetuating a stereotype. At the very least, it knows what it is and doesn't waste too much time getting where it needs to go....