Jason Enola is an obsessive FBI agent who is almost losing his mind after ten years on the tail of an elusive serial killer whose hallmark is the "paper trail" of notes left along with the victims. Brad Abraham is the agent buddy who is watching Enola's back. As the film begins, a new wave of killings start after four years of silence, and the psychiatrist Dr. Alyce Robertson becomes involved when she starts receiving telephone calls from the killer. Written by
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Two cops, twelve murders... No suspect!
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for violence including some disturbing images, a strong sex scene and language
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When we first see FBI Agent Jason Enola (Chris Penn) and FBI Agent Brad Abraham (Michael Madsen), Abraham finds it hard to get together with Enola. Enola is on the phone in his apartment when Abraham knocks on his door, then he's phoned on his cellular phone by a colleague. "What?!" he snaps when he answers. "Brad, are you with Jason in his apartment?" [sarcastically] "Yeah we're in there drinking coffee together! Come on Jason, open the fucking door!" Upon learning something from Jason, "I've been speaking to my ex-wife and she wouldn't let me speak to my two little girls". [Brad insensitively] "Why do you put yourself through this shit?" Clearly Abraham and Enola weren't seeing eye to eye at this early stage. See more
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