Bobby Mahon is an actor playing a notorious serial killer on prime-time television. The show becomes a hit, which encourages the real-life murderer on whom it's based, to go on a spree to make it on screen.
Dr. Lauren is staying in Prague for a conference and falls in love with Czech writer Jiri Kolmar. However, she learns some awful secrets about Jiri's family during the Nazi occupation and the concentration camps.
Roger L. Simon
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The beginning begins must to be fascinating, but the continuation is a little bit flat.
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