Directed by Peter Keglevic, whose greatest claim to fame was a comedy about magic drumsticks 25 years ago. Competent actors wasted on an absurd script; the wonderful Michael Nyquist is thrown away in practically a bit part. Main lead Suzanne Von Brosody does her best but can't overcome the ridiculous plot in which Swedish police are colossal idiots, everyone speaks German, even in Nevada, Sweden and China, and the main character impulsively chases a Chinese mass murderer to China with no plan or resources. Amy Cheng, as the sister of a sociopathic corrupt Chinese businessman, is compelling but ultimately she's undone by the mindless plot as well. Almost everybody dies, but not soon enough. Decent production values, but who cares? The whole thing is a mess, except for some intercut flashbacks of 1800s America, which are gruesome and over the top, but at least the story is compelling. The first half starts out well, but the whole thing is ultimately hopelessly disappointing, if you value logic in any quantity.