Sailing ships, stars, angels and executioners, The Mark of Cain chronicles the vanishing practice and language of Russian Criminal Tattoos. Captured in some of Russia's most notorious ... See full summary »
Producer Samuel Booker has acquired the remake rights to a Russian "noir" movie. He has also acquired the services of writer-director Nicholas Crawley to translate the Russian version into ... See full summary »
A couple live in an old, isolated mansion. The husband's murderous, insane twin escapes from a lunatic asylum. The cops haul off the wrong twin and the wife is stuck with the killer. Written by
Mark of Cain is a compact thriller that pretty much takes place on two sets. Despite this, it's a fairly well made thriller that makes the most of it's twin brother plot (one good, one bad) Wendy Crewson is an engaging heroine and the finale does deliver some thrills. It's all set appropriately enough against a wintry Canadian countryside. Not the best of it's kind but fairly well made.
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