SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
As the primary American huge studio film around a man who beyond all doubt adores his houseplant, “The Professional” will undoubtedly raise eyebrows. What’s more, raise them on both sides of the Atlantic, since this is the work of the film world’s most enticing man without a nation, Luc Besson.
In “La Femme Nikita,” Mr. Besson stunningly merged American shocking nature with Gallic refinement, however the savagery level was sufficient to frighten French gatherings of people and provoke a coarse American revamp (“Point of No Return”). Encouraged by the achievement of that half breed, Mr. Besson has now made a film in New York, including characters who talk like Americans, think like Frenchmen and act dreadfully in any dialect. “The Professional” does not have the attractive elan of “La Femme Nikita” and experiences limitlessly more regrettable society stun.