Wallner brings the 1970s Soviet Union to life in this suspenseful tale of love and espionage during the Cold War.
The movie was creepy, scary, suspenseful, and, at times, very funny.
“Omar” is funny and suspenseful, with the perfect balance of romance and action.
c.1400, "not being executed, unfulfilled" (of legal matters), from Anglo-French suspens (in en suspens "in abeyance," c.1300), from Old French suspens "act of suspending," from Latin suspensus, past participle of suspendere (see suspend). Meaning "state of mental uncertainty" (mid-15c.) is from legal meaning of "not rendered, not paid, not carried out" (e.g. suspended sentence). As a genre of novels, stories, etc., attested from 1952.