I saw this a few weeks ago and meant to put some words out about it.
It is quite a good film, and very unlike what I was expecting. It is quite a bit more lighthearted than I would have expected from a Neil Jordan film, but it was a refreshing surprise.
The plot is pretty serviceable for a heist film, and was certainly fun to watch unfold. They also keep it from being predictable because of a number of wildcard characters with some interesting motivations.
The European settings give some nice character to the film. The film is shot quite nicely, as I've come to expect in a Jordan film, so it is a fun film to watch.
Nolte does give a great performance. His character is really the only one with any depth, although the rest of the cast are pretty interesting overall. Especially of note is Nutsa Kukhianidze (Man, do I love IMBb), who plays the femme fatale perfectly. The rest of the cast are colorful and fun.
Overall, it is a fun film. It is probably a bit too light to be considered a strong film. Overall, I would say it is a :star: :star: :star: out of four film.