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In 1922 the first documentary in the genre sense came on the big screen, _Nanook of the North_ (1922). Kabloonak is the story of the making of this movie for which the story was partially stage by his director 'Robert Flaherty'.
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Detective Kyle Bodine falls for Rachel Munro who is trapped in a violent marriage. After shooting her husband, Kyle relucantly agrees to help hide the body, but Kyle's partner is showing an unusual flair for finding clues. Written by
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Proof that not all straight to video thrillers are rubbish
When homicide detective Kyle Brodine starts seeing the wife of businessman Rupert Monro he finds himself falling in love with her. When her relationship gets violent with her husband he begs her to leave him, however she doesn't but when she accidentally kills him with an illegal gun she turns to him for help. Unable to go to the police he helps her cover it up. However later the police suspect foul play and Kyle and his partner are put on the case. As they investigate more evidence begins to point to Kyle and it appears that Rachel has not been totally honest with him.
Proof that good noir still exists. This film never saw the inside of an UK cinema it went straight to video on release. However the plot is a good tangled web of murder, mystery and deceit. It manages to be twisty despite the fact that this sort of thing has been done many times before. The plot unfolds late and very quickly, managing to be believable and gripping.
The main reason for this is a great performance from Ed Harris. The feeling of him being sucking into something is written all over his face and the way he goes from cop in control of all the details into a hunted animal is really good. Stowe is also really good and the support cast also has quality whether it be Charles Dance or a young looking Del Toro.
Overall this may not break box office records but as a thriller it is twisty, contains plenty of good lines and has a great lead performance from Harris.
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