From his offices in Switzerland, Russian Igor Lipovsky is engaged in a vast and profitable gunrunning operation with Africa. The French government wants to hinder the activities of the arms dealer and sends a team to sink one of his ships heading for Angola with a load of illegal weaponry. Lisa, Brisseau, Loïc, Tony and Raymond are professionals: they carefully set up their cover, plan all their moves meticulously, and carry out orders without asking questions. Perhaps they should. The code-name of the mission is "Janus"; and just like with the ancient deity, there are two opposite faces for every aspect of the operation: the objective of the French government, the role of each team member, the presumed friend and the assumed foe...
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|André Dussollier||Colonel Grasset|
|Jean-Pierre Sauvaire||Director of Photography||
|Ricardo García Arrojo||Producer|
|Catherine Lapoujade||Executive Producer|
|Jean-Louis Porchet||Executive Producer||
|Bruno Coulais||Original Music Composer||