Jude Law Toughens Up For New Film ‘Black Sea’ | Film News
In Kevin Macdonald’s new movie Black Sea, Jude Law plays a tough down and out Scot from Aberdeen who discovers the opportunity of a lifetime. His character Captain Robinson has dedicated 30 years working on submarines until he gets fired. Him and his former employees are left stranded with no work, but an alternative way to get money is revealed in a conversation with a friend. He claims to have found one of Hitler’s U-Boats in the Black Sea from WW2. It has gold worth over a dozen life times on board, so Captain Robinson assembles together his international crew for this very daring mission. The film will be released early in the new year. If you haven’t had the pleasure of hearing Jude’s Scottish accent, hear you go.
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