Not bad thriller trying to take advantage of Neeson's new popularity as an action star after "Taken". Plot holes one can drive a car through but still a good way to pass a couple of hours. Neeson good in a part he could sleep through, Kruger always interesting and Bruno Ganz steals the show as the ex Stasi agent. Collett-Sera no auteur but perhaps getting better.
Entertaining, mostly. The story is one third Philip K. Dick and two thirds Hitchcock. Both masters are certainly superior to this, but solid acting and the cold, gritty looking Berlin as location make this worthwhile.