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John Koestler (Character)
from Knowing (2009)

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Knowing -- Nicolas Cage stars in KNOWING, a gripping action-thriller of global proportions about a professor who stumbles on terrifying predictions about the future--and sets out to prevent them from coming true.
Knowing -- Here is the TV trailer for Knowing, directed by Alex Proyas and starring Nicholas Cage.
Knowing -- Here's a clip from Knowing, directed by Alex Proyas and starring Nicholas Cage.
Knowing -- A teacher (Cage) opens a time capsule that has been dug up at his son's school; in it are some chilling predictions -- some that have already occurred and others that are about to. Does his family play a role in the coming events?
Knowing -- This is the first trailer for Knowing, directed by Alex Proyas.

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  1. Knowing (2009) Played by Nicolas Cage
    ... aka "Know1ng" - USA (promotional title)

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From Knowing (2009)
John Koestler: I'm not saying that 81 people are going to die tomorrow, okay? I'm just trying to understand why THIS is SAYING they will!
Phil Bergman: Okay, it's spooky, all right? I'll grant you. It's more than spooky. But just step back, all right? You have all these uncircled numbers with no sequence to them. I mean, numerology, kabbalah, pythagorean cults, there are systems that find meaning in numbers, and they are a dime a dozen. Why? Because people see what they want to see in them.
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