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I've seen actress Kira Reed in many movies-mostly after midnight on my dish. But I had the honor of attending a screening of her "Thriller: Caron". She plays a hit woman in the middle of a nervous breakdown when the tables are turned on her on a routine assignment and she is on the other end of the barrel of the gun. She is amazingly likeable as the killer because her performance as "Caron" is layered with humanity. She is a seductress, a robotic killing machine, a spoiled child, and a woman on the verge of a nervous breakthrough all at once at every moment. I was impressed by first time director Mike Dare's unconventional shooting style and the very tight and surprising story. The pay off in the finale 15 minutes is worth waiting for through some long black and white exposition. I'm a long time fan of Kira Reed. I hope she gets seen for the actress she is in this film.
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