Our mysterious ex-convict in Coldplay the Movie did a wonderful job of portraying mystery but still being somewhat transparent with his emotions.

He plays the private investigator who is hired by our jealous millionaire to tail his suspected cheating wife.

At first it appears that this Irish tattooed convict might actually be falling for the wife, but in one short scene that is all thrown away when it is revealed he really only wants the egg and its fortune.

On top of doing an outstanding job of acting in this movie Geno Andrews also was the writer of Coldplay, an editor, director and the producer of this film. Quite an accomplishment for an award winning film.

There are several aspects of this movie that he conveys that will need further investigation as to if they have any special meaning to him personally. Such as the dog tags of his grandfather from World War One. The other thing that was attention catching was his last line in the movie “this won’t bring her back”. I am intrigued to know if this has any connection to him. Or maybe it was just a very well written line by him that sends chills right to the soul.

Andrews is well known for his project The Journeyman Project. This is a video game that he played a huge part in. He acted in it, composed it, and did the visual effects for it. Along with The Journeyman Project there was other video games that followed The journeyman Project2: Buried in Time, and The Journeyman Project: Pegasus Prime. With these following video games he had at least some part to play in each of them.

We often hear about great actors being great producers, writers, editors, and directors; But it is very rare to find an actor who is also so great at video game aspects too, such as being a visual effect artist, being a composer for video games, and audio effects. This is quite the accomplishment that he should be proud of and anyone who is fortunate enough to work with him will surely know his greatness from working with him.

 
 
The jealous husband in Coldplay was D. David Morin. Coldplay the Movie was actually his first movie. Although he was not unfamiliar with the acting. His mother was and actor as well as his aunt.

Before he acted Morin graduated from college in Colorado, then by selling skateboard parts, he put himself through law school. He even interned at the White House.

Morin must be a very carrying man. He has done famine work in West Africa.

He definitely has a fun side though as he claimed surfing was his profession for ten years and worked with a group of surfing publishers as Editor of Action.

He has been in over two hundred commercials, over thirty television spots, and has acted opposite of several very well noted actors and actresses.

After Coldplay his next film he directed and edited. This film won over 5 awards!

After these two movies, his film focus turned to the documentary side as he worked in several third world countries doing wildlife films. He even acted in an Amharic film.

He relocated from California to Cape Town, South Africa where he has founded an acting class in Cape Town.

Morin never married and is reported to love teaching others, and of course, he loves swimming!

It is no wonder he acted so well with his leading lady in Coldplay the Movie. Both of these amazing actors are highly educated and have a heart for educating others. Teaching what they know to be important makes them stand out among the others who simply do what they can to get paid and make a name for themselves. Morin seems to be a content man who does what he can to better the world by sharing his knowledge.

His amazing acting skills in Coldplay shined while he played the jealous husband and millionaire who wanted the treasures of people as well as belongings to be only his and no one else’s.

 
 
When the movie first began it was hard to tell who was the main character. However, during the interrogation scene of the two suspected men, it became slightly clearer that the main character was not a person at all. It was in fact a nearly priceless Fabergé egg.

They reference this egg with pretty close to the truth facts about its history. It was fashioned by Russian jewel artists, Mikhail Perkhim and Henrik Wigstrom, under the supervision of their mentor Peter Carl Faberge.

The Imperial egg was commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II as an Easter gift for Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, The Tsar’s wife.

The movie dates the egg as being a gift in 1914 but in fact it was first gifted in 1897. Coldplay did however get the Tsar and Empress right as the original giver and receiver of this amazing egg.

Made of an astounding number of diamonds and gold this egg would really be a wonder to lay eyes on! The egg hinges to reveal yet another treasure of great Russian history. Inside the diamond incrusted egg is an exact replica of the imperial coach from the eighteenth century. This couch carried Alexandra to all the important events in her life starting with her own coronation. No wonder it is such a prized piece of Russian history. This egg must have held a very special place in Alexandra’s heart. The movie Coldplay did not go into any detail at all as to what was in the egg. This would of made the value of what they paid for the egg seem much more realistic if they had dove into the history a little more.

This egg of course has an amazing story all its own. Being a world traveler, and almost lost several times at the hands of war and greed. We are fortunate to still have it to this day to teach us of its history and how civilization was in Russia so very long ago.

The egg was also a key part to other movies too, such as Ocean’s Twelve (2004) and Octopussy (1983). Both of these famous action filled films depict the Egg as having great value just as Coldplay did.

The security set into place for the egg in Coldplay was very in-depth. With constant laser beams circling the egg and a private security company hired to protect it. Assuming they did this move to imply that a private security company would respond faster than the local police department and to give the viewer a higher sense of value to this egg.

When the movie boils down to its core it is a jealous man who wants something expensive that another man, a foe if you will, wants also. The husband being the jealous man also feels the need to compete with his man over his own wife. He buys the egg for twenty million dollars just to spite the man that his wife was looking at.