The Tourist

The Tourist
The Tourist

Year

2010

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Take two of modern Hollywood's most fancied stars, add intrigue, danger and romance, and you end up with this slick and handsome thriller. Set against the ultra-glam backdrop of Paris and Venice, it sees American tourist Frank travelling Europe to mend a broken heart. But he quickly stops moping when mysterious beauty Elise throws herself at him, as part of an elaborate scheme to protect a wanted criminal. Flattered by her flirting, Frank thinks he's well in, unaware that her attentions have deliberately dragged him into a deadly world of gangsters and espionage. Soon he's dodging bullets and generally fighting to stay alive - though the riskier events become, the hotter things get with Elise...

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12 Classification

This film contains a couple of uses of strong bad language and moderate violence.

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