The thriller is set in Stalinist Russia and the story centers on "an officer in the secret police who is framed by a colleague for treason. On the run with his emotionally estranged wife, he stumbles upon a series of child killings and launches his own rogue investigation, even though it means risking his own capture." Rogue investigations? Emotional estrangement? Child killings? Alright, Ridley, you got me! The novel won't be released until 2008, and is said to leave open the possibility of a sequel. I can't imagine Ridley Scott would approve of the picture I chose to represent him for this article, so let me make it up to him by recommending one of his more underrated movies: White Squall. Great flick, and one not a lot of people have seen.
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