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The Reunion (1998)

A wildy provocative tale about an eighteen year high school reunion held hostage by a deranged former student.

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Louis Witkowski
Elizabeth P. McKay ...
Felicia
Patrick Ferraro ...
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A wildy provocative tale about an eighteen year high school reunion held hostage by a deranged former student.

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We're all whores and pimps. Some of us just get a better corner to work!

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23 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Akraia ekdikisi  »

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Hal Coleman: We're all just whores and pimps. Some of us just get a better corner to work...
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The Boomerang Effect
10 July 2000 | by See all my reviews

If this film represents anything,its the fact that no matter how much you try to change your self or try to exorcise the demons of your past,no matter how far the boomerang is thrown,it will always come flying back at you. Despite the other behaviour concepts that this film touches on,it is mainly cause and effect that occupies the bulk of this film. For those who wish to see this film,Please take heed, beware all your past trangresions,somehow all of us will pay the price.


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