Ut oh. Someone let military uniforms, muted colors, handheld camera, and David Strathairn loiter around a film crew too long, and now we've got another political thriller we're going to have to distribute this summer.
This one stars Rachel Weisz as an American peacekeeper, stationed in post-war Bosnia, who discovers a illicit sex trade operation being perpetrated by some drunk guys at a bar. When she tries to take it to her superiors, she falls into what turns out to be a massive UN coverup that puts her in grave danger. You can tell because every piece of dialogue after that point takes the form of some kind of warning.