Rutger Hauer plays John Wade, a black market game smuggler, who meets a fatal end in a Soviet statuary graveyard. His partner and assassin is Merrick, a violent gangster. Russian authorities discover Wade's body and reincarnate him despite the gunshot to his head. Please fantasize the Frankenstein castle as a an old Moscow apartment store and slim nurses dressed in red who kiss, lift his injured head so they can drop it on the hard bed.
It seems most young women in this post-Soviet future wear little or no clothes. Yvonne Scio's role is as Wade's: 1-late ex-girlfriend 2-a tough-but loveable whore 3-6 multi wigged variations of 1 & 2. Hazard a guess that Ms Scio plays many roles due to the production budget.
Merrick's partners are the Trioka. They seem to marinate in a huge Turkish pool in a Moscow somehow caught in an extended winter night. They own the military and police. They watch Most Wanted on giant Blade Runner style video screens; the poor people all own AK-47s. They chase Wade cos he's wanted.
Gee, what else can I say? Imagine enjoying Yvonne in states of undress as the reason for the rating.
As a used dvd you can watch Dacascos before the excellent "Brotherhood Of The Wolf"-another reason for the rating! [[ASIN:B0019PL2P2 Brotherhood of the Wolf - Director's Cut (Two-Disc Special Edition)]]