The Apocalypse Code
|The Apocalypse Code|
|Directed by||Vadim Shmelyov|
|Produced by||Sergey Zhigunov
|Written by||Denis Karyshev|
|Music by||Dmitry Dankov|
The Apocalypse Code (Russian: "Код апокалипсиса, translit. Kod apokalipsisa) is a 2007 Russian action film. Apart from Russia, the filming took place in France, Italy, Norway, Malaysia and Ukraine. The crew spent 10 days shooting scenes in the Alvøen Island and Aurland fjords.
Terrorist Jaffad Ben Zayidi steals four nuclear bombs from a sunken American submarine and hides them in four major cities throughout the world. The charges can be activated by an 11-digit code. Zayidi dies and his accomplice, nicknamed "The Executioner," is about to blow up the bombs. The Executioner is chased by FSB, whose agent Marie has previously infiltrated Zayidi's team.
- "Western Norway Film Commission". Retrieved 2007-09-10.
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