Deja-vu, as an ex-detective turned best selling true crime author is confronted by the copycat unsolved serial killings he investigated as a cop ten years ago. And now, all fingers are ... See full summary »

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Todd Russell
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Lori Peterson
Matthew Dyktynski ...
Ben Sykes
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Det. Insp. Wolcott
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Special Agent Seaver
Terry Kenwrick ...
Pat Mason
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Charlie Taylor
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Nancy
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Gary Files ...
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Chris Wallace ...
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Dr. Richard Browning
Regina Gaigalas ...
Gwen McCullough (as Gina Gaigalas)
Jackie Kelleher ...
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Deja-vu, as an ex-detective turned best selling true crime author is confronted by the copycat unsolved serial killings he investigated as a cop ten years ago. And now, all fingers are pointed in his direction. This, compounded by Todd's severe, mysterious headaches and his untimely discovery that he's been adopted, turn his life into his own worst nightmare. Written by Iren Koster

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Crime | Thriller | Drama

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18 March 1999 (Denmark)  »

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A Décima Vítima  »

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AUD 3,000,000 (estimated)
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An exciting thriller worth seeing!
12 May 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

What a great surprise to see such an exciting thriller from Australia! William Snow's performance was wonderful, as were the rest of the casts' performances. The story's twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat! It is rare these days to not know who the villain is until the very end of the film. It was like being back in the days of Alfred Hitchcock. Though the violence was somewhat graphic at times, as was the sexual content, it was appropriately done for the progression of the story line. And, what a bonus to have such beautiful scenery from Australia. Plus, a pleasant soundtrack. Applause needs to go to the writer/director for a job well done. I hope to see more great films from him in the future.


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