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Steven Taylor (Character)
from A Perfect Murder (1998)

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A Perfect Murder -- A remake of the Hitchcock classic dial "M" for murder

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  1. A Perfect Murder (1998) Played by Michael Douglas
    ... aka "Dial M" - Japan (English title)

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From A Perfect Murder (1998)
Emily: The key to the dead man's apartment was on my key chain, someone put it there after I killed him and there's only one person in the world that could've done that
Steven: me
Emily: Why?
Steven: To protect you
Emily: From what?
Steven: [Steven shows Emily of pictures her and David kissing] Your lover, unless somebody else sent me these pictures, he called me here at the office two months ago, bragged about how hard you fell for him, he shelled out a hundred thousand dollars but he wants more
Emily: For what?
Steven: Breaking it off
Emily: I don't believe you
Steven: Did he mention Belize? That's where he took all the other ones, This guy was quite the aphrodisiac with lowly limited means he learned to paint in a state prison not at Berkley I don't know where we go from here Emily I don't know if "we" is an option I do know I have done everything in my power to protect you from this career criminal you let crawl into our bed
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