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  • Friday 14 September 2007
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  • Friday 21 September 2007
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  • Friday 26 October 2007
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  • Promesas peligrosas (México)
  • Promessa dell'assassino
  • Promesses de l'ombre
  • Senhores do Crime

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Eastern Promises (2007)

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Anna Khitrova , a British-Russian midwife at a London hospital, finds a Russian-language diary on the body of Tatiana, a 14-year-old girl who dies in childbirth. She also finds a card for the Trans-Siberian restaurant, which is owned by Semyon (Armin Mueller-Stahl), a boss in the Russian Mafia or vory v zakone ("thieves in law"). Anna thus sets out to track down the girl's family so that she can find a home for the dead mother's baby girl. Anna's mother Helen (Sinéad Cusack) does not discourage her, but Anna's Ukrainian uncle and self-described former KGB worker, Stepan , whom Anna asks for help with the translation of the diary, urges caution. Through Semyon and her uncle, Anna comes to learn that Semyon and his unstable son, Kirill , had abused the girl, addicted her to heroin, forced her into prostitution, and raped her.

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