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Cert 15
102 mins
BBFC advice: Contains sexual assault, strong sex, language, violence, drug misuse

Ah, Keanu Reeves. I thought he had given up film to tour around America with his band.
Sadly, it would appear that the floppy-haired one's best movie days are behind him and he is having to accept the box office also-rans.
Siberia will almost certainly fit into this category because its interesting premise is lost in a garbled attempt to capture the world of the Russian crime lords.
Reeves plays a diamond dealer who finds himself promising a yet-undelivered cache to two different threatening customers.
His problems heighten when his supplier goes missing and he becomes embroiled in chasing him while trying to work out how to satisfy his clients.
His path leads to Siberia and a small ice-bound mining town in which outsiders are seen with grave suspicion.
Nevertheless, he begins an intense affair with the waitress (Ana Ularu) of the local bar.
Yep, she happens to speak near-perfect English and throws herself at him almost to spite her more traditional brothers.
Needless to say, they are not happy and Keanu's character has a whole new set of obstacles.
There is a slice of Matthew Ross's film which offers the potential of an engaging thriller but it fails to score for a number of reasons.
Firstly, its storyline is difficult to follow. I couldn't work out how the diamond dealer became involved with the Russians in the first place.
Secondly, he struggles to find his pitch, failing to convince either as hard-bitten or as a passionate lover. 
Thirdly, the sex scenes jar against the rest of the film and one near its end is particularly gratuitous.
And finally, the way the movie slides between Russian and English is an unnecessary distraction.
In short, it just doesn't hang together well enough.

Reasons to watch: Bits of a decent thriller
Reasons to avoid: Reeves doesn't convince and it doesn't hang together well enough

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: Yes
Overall rating: 4.5/10

Director quote - Matthew Ross: "The thought of not just making this story but making this story with Keanu and exploring territory that audiences hadn’t really seen a lot of, in terms of him as a performer recently, was a very intriguing idea for me. To do something that was more vulnerable, more intimate, more personal than we’re used to because he’s such an intelligent, sensitive performer."

The big question - Are Keanu Reeves days as a big studio player over?

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