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      Lord of War (2005)

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      An arms dealer confronts the morality of his work as he is being chased by an INTERPOL Agent.

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      Andrew Niccol

      Writer:

      Andrew Niccol
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      Cast overview, first billed only:
      Nicolas Cage ... Yuri Orlov
      Bridget Moynahan ... Ava Fontaine
      Jared Leto ... Vitaly Orlov
      Shake Tukhmanyan Shake Tukhmanyan ... Irina Orlov (as Shake Toukhmanian)
      Jean-Pierre Nshanian Jean-Pierre Nshanian ... Anatoly Orlov
      Jared Burke ... Ukrainian Mobster
      Eric Uys ... Ukrainian Mobster
      David Shumbris ... Ukrainian Mobster
      Stewart Morgan Stewart Morgan ... Ukrainian Mobster
      Jasper Lenz Jasper Lenz ... Gregor
      Stephen Gregor Stephen Gregor ... Eli Kurtzman
      Kobus Marx Kobus Marx ... Boris
      Stephan De Abreu Stephan De Abreu ... Liev
      Jeremy Crutchley ... Arms Fair Salesman
      Ian Holm ... Simeon Weisz
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      Storyline

      This movie charts the rise and fall of Yuri Orlov, from his early days in the early 1980s in Little Odessa, selling guns to mobsters in his local neighborhood, through to his ascension through the decade of excess and indulgence into the early 1990s, where he forms a business partnership with an African warlord and his psychotic son. This movie also charts his relationship through the years with his younger brother, his marriage to a famous model, his relentless pursuit by a determined INTERPOL Agent and his inner demons that sway between his drive for success and the immorality of what he does. Written by davidgraham83@hotmail.co.uk

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      Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

      Rated R for strong violence, drug use, language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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      Country:

      USA | Germany | France

      Release Date:

      16 September 2005 (USA) See more »

      Also Known As:

      El se?or de la guerra See more »

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      Box Office

      Budget:

      $50,000,000 (estimated)

      Opening Weekend USA:

      $9,390,144, 18 September 2005

      Gross USA:

      $24,149,632

      Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

      $72,617,068
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      Color

      Aspect Ratio:

      2.35 : 1
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      Trivia

      According to Writer and Director Andrew Niccol, the filmmakers worked with actual gunrunners in the making of this movie. The tanks lined up for sale were real, and belonged to a Czech arms dealer, who had to have them back to sell to another country. They used a real stockpile of over three thousand AK-47s, because it was cheaper than getting prop guns. See more »

      Goofs

      Agent Valentine gives Ava his business card. The phone number is in area code 515. Interpol has no offices in Iowa. See more »

      Quotes

      Ava Fontaine: [while sitting in her living room] I don't believe you, can you prove any of this?
      Jack Valentine: Your husband goes through a lot of trouble to make his business look legitimate perhaps especially to you. I don't expect we're going to find anything here today
      Ava Fontaine: So what'd you want?
      Jack Valentine: I was hoping you'd help me. I understand your parents died tragically, the illegal fire arms that were used to kill your mother and father were procured from men exactly like your husband.
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      Crazy Credits

      Before the end credits roll a message appears stating that the top 5 sellers of arms in the world are China, Russia, the UK, USA, and France - all of whom make up the permanent five members of the UN security council. See more »

      Alternate Versions

      For the US DVD release the aspect ratio of the film was changed to 1,78:1. A few weeks after the initial release the DVD was reissued with the film in its original aspect ratio of 2,35:1. See more »


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      Young Americans
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      Published by Jones Music America (ASCAP), RZO Music Limited
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      Just Evil Prevails
      1 October 2005 | by jon.h.ochiaiSee all my reviews

      Atop a hillside in Liberia overlooking an impending village massacre once the arms deal settles, Nicolas Cage's Yuri pleads to his conscience rattled brother Vitaly (Jared Leto), "It is none of our business!" Writer and Director Andrew Niccol's "Lord of War" is all about the big business of war, and the cost of selling one's soul. That lost soul is Yuri Orlov played masterfully by Nicolas Cage. Cage as Yuri also narrates the story. Niccol sets the warped and dark tone in the opening sequence of the manufacture of a bullet to its final destination?so to speak. Yuri comments that there is one firearm for every 12 people in the world. So the question is "How do we arm the other eleven?" Niccol's "Lord of War" is not so much a clever indictment of humanity, rather an acknowledgment of perhaps humanity's darker nature. In a poignant and chilling realization for Yuri (Cage) he says, "They say that 'evil prevails when good men fail to act.' It should be 'evil prevails'." I don't think this is cynicism on Niccol's part, rather only stating what is so given all of history and now. He certainly makes us think from the inside out.

      Yuri Orlov (Cage) is from a Ukrainian family in Little Odessa, NY. As a young man he has an epiphany witnessing a Russian mafia hit. Being an arms dealer is the path to success. He finds that he also has an innate gift for his chosen profession. He enlists his brother Vitaly (Leto) into the business. "Lord of War" traces the Orlov brothers over the course of 20 years?through the end of the Cold War to the advent of terrorist threats and dictatorships in third world countries. Yuri truly becomes the Lord of War supplying arms to anyone and any country for a profit. He also acts as an independent agent for undisclosed countries supplying arms to "freedom fighters". One gets the drift. Yuri eventually hits his stride and becomes very successful and very wealthy. He marries his trophy bride, supermodel Ava Fontaine (stunning Bridget Moynahan), has a son, and living in a luxury apartment in Manhattan. All the while he eludes the grasp of Interpol Agent Jack Valentine (very good Ethan Hawke), by keeping three steps ahead. Predictably Yuri's world comes crashing in upon him. In a powerful scene with Ava who purposely ignores what her husband really does for a living, Yuri has a conscience meltdown.

      The actors in "Lord of War" are great. Nicolas Cage is such a powerful and versatile actor. I don't think any other actor than himself, could enroll sympathy as arms dealer Yuri. Cage gives Yuri a subtle detached edge and an expert in context. Cage knows he is in morally bankrupt position, and he uses his smarts and sense of humor to rationalize that he only supplies the weapons to men who do evil. Yuri is the ultimate poster child for "Guns don't kill people. People kill people." Jared Leto is surprising as the coke head brother, who eventually cops to the monster he has become?the counterpoint to Yuri. Bridget Moynahan is deceivingly powerful as Ava, the former model aware that her asset of being pretty is fading, and closes her eyes to what her husband does until it is too late. Moynahan is stunningly beautiful and has distinctive grace and vulnerability. Ethan Hawke as Jack Valentine is the intrepid idealist saving the world from the likes of Yuri. Hawke is very strong and compelling.

      Andrew Niccol's "Lord of War" ends and the world continues on. The echoes of Yuri voice, just "evil prevails" is a chilling and poignant reminder. Nicolas Cage is brilliant as the lost soul in "The Lord of War". "The Lord of War" is one the year's best.


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