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Sean Connery gives another powerful and charismatic performance as a Scandinavian security chief battling to thwart the deadly plans of a terrorist leader, played by Ian McShane. Beautifully photographed by double Oscar-winning Swedish cinematographer Sven Nykvist and complemented by Jerry Goldsmith's memorably haunting score, Ransom takes us through a tightly plotted, relentless race against time. Presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, this intelligent, atmospheric thriller has never looked better.
Following a series of bomb attacks in London, a group of terrorists seize Britain's ambassador to the ficititious state of 'Scandinavia'. With the ambassador now a hostage in his residence, another group hijacks an airliner at the capital's airport, announcing that the passengers will not be freed until their demands are met.
Colonel Nils Tahlvik, Scandinavia's resourceful and ruthless head of security, seeks to take an uncompromising stance against the terrorists yet his attempts meet resistance from unknown forces at every turn...
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What could go wrong? A 1970s film? Sean Connery? Big sideys and tashes? Ambulances and police cars going nee nah.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by andrew brotherton
An excellent movie, well cast and acted, with plenty of surprises throughout the plot. It is even believable. A second viewing allows full appreciation of all its nuances.Published 9 months ago by J. F. Nasmyth Miller