@Goose have you seen The Friends of Eddie Coyle? One of Peter Boyles best.
Hanna https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0993842/ A sixteen-year-old girl who was raised by her father to be the perfect assassin is dispatched on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intelligence agent and her operatives.
I'm not sure how I missed this one first time round, maybe I skipped it because I'm not a big fan of Joe Wrights work. But I saw it mentioned a few times in this thread recently so watched it on Netflix on Friday.
A pre-superstardom Saoirse Ronan is Hanna. The film opens with her and her Dad Eric Banna living in an isolated, winter location. They hunt, train outdoors and generally live off the land. We learn they're hiding out from the CIA. Hanna longs for a bigger life and after a chat with her Dad she decides she wants to contact the CIA and let them come to her.
I thought this was absolutley superb. It looked and felt nothing like these kind of euro spy-thrillers normally do. It had a hypnotic and surreal atmosphere that made it felt like watching a fairy-tale. There's a banging electro soundtrack that's really good.
The cast are superb - Ronan and Banna in particular but Cate Blanchett, Jason Fleming and Olivia Williams put in fantastic turns.
The plot is nicely twisty and takes a couple of really fun swerves. It looks fantastic, the locations and the interiors are tremendous. And there's a couple of action sequences that are worthy of any blockbuster.
Best film I've watched for ages.