Operation Odessa


Crime / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 6532

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Reviewed by maccas-56367 10 / 10

Most entertaining documentary I've seen in years

This documentary felt like it was literally on cocaine - which given the subject matter was kind of fitting. This story is insane. It somehow makes the likes of "Wolf of Wall Street", "American Made" and "War Dogs" all seem a little mundane in comparison.

Who knows how much of all this was actually as true as said, but it makes for an amazingly wild ride nonetheless. You can't help but root for the guys success in a way - which may conflict some viewers. I found it hard not to admire their ingenuity at times and sheer brazenness.

It also provided numerous laughs throughout. And Vanilla Ice.

Imagine every player (criminal organisation and law enforcement agency) in every crime film you have ever seen - then combine the whole lot together, slap a true story on it and you get "Operation Odessa".

Best documentary I have seen in a while.

Reviewed by davidbunworth 9 / 10

Brilliantly made documentary

It is nearly like a movie except it's real life. Filmed an unbelievable story with great pace and style. Hugely entertaining and even thought,there maybe some poetic license from some of the interviewees it is great 90minutes of watching fast talkingcromjnals tell an unbelievable story.

Reviewed by eduardmeltis 8 / 10

Almost perfect - true on every aspect

This is my first review and please forgive my errors in writing, as English is not my native language and also my critical mind. This was just sad for me, as a Romanian, because the story with the submarine was a satire to all the other things that could be sold to the higher bidder in the Eastern Block after the collapse of the USSR or after the fall of comunism earlier in '89, here in Romania. The situation was critical on all aspects. The inflation was booming and with a paycheck of one month, you could buy an apartment, a car, a small factory and so on. The factories, all the industries were sold to the "smart boys" and in a matter of years, we were left with nothing. All the comunist era bosses were getting richer and richer, while the rest of the country was collapsing under poverty. So, this documentary was just a perfect metaphor for all the other countries ex-comunist, which practiced this thing. Every good that country had, was an esset ready to be sold. Of course, those things were known only by those who were part of that system; the common folk didn't knew this kind of stuff. As a country, Romania suffer after those lost things even after 30 years of freedom.

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