Black Sea Film Review :
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Law’s character, Robinson, is not your ordinary iron-jawed Navy hunk. He’s to a greater degree an average workers saint sort, as bitingly irate about his current situation as the hero of a 1950s kitchen sink show. At the point when the story starts, he’s searching for recovery in the wake of losing his wife and kid to, well, the ocean; he spent the better piece of 30 years in submarines, returning home just infrequently, lastly his mate chose she’d had it. Presently Robinson has nothing from his marriage except for flashbacks to a shoreline excursion.
Robinson’s half-English, half-Russian team are varieties on his sort: fellows who don’t fit into life ashore, see themselves as saints to ruthless free enterprise, and treat the mission as a Hail Mary pass at re-creation. They’ve all either been eliminated of the new economy or never fit into it in any case, because of individual blemishes (liquor abuse, socipathy, a propensity to take a wrench to the skull of any individual who crosses them, that sort of thing). Also now they’re all in a comparable situation, so to talk, gambling everything for One Last Big Score. The film wears its metaphorical/political desires on its dingy sleeve, however these have a tendency to excite as opposed to stifle the activity, in light of the fact that they help you to remember what the mission intends to everybody.