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How do I start? I love this film! OK, now that I have got that off my chest... Unfortunately, 'A Girl to Kill For' is a very rarely seen film and the only feature that the stunning Ms Medak ever appeared in, and that is a travesty! I first saw this movie in the early nineties on one of those late night movie channels. Most of the films shown on those channels were so bad that I would fall asleep within 10 minutes of the opening credits. However, none of those films featured Karen Medak. The girl had presence, a body to die for and was not shy about showing it either. Are you sold yet? Well you should be! This film is all about its star and the only reason that you should move heaven and earth to find the long-deleted VHS. Then, maybe you too, will have seen the 'girl' to kill for -- fictionally speaking of course!
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