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A nice thriller with a couple of interesting twists. For english people it will be especially interesting, cos it has a lot to say about modern English culture/ A synopsis and few spoilers ahead. A popular TV presenter gets into trouble when two gorgeous blond twins get murdered in his flat. The bodies dissapear, but the troubles are ahead for the ruthless, but professional TV presenter. A film worth watching, and John Hurt is brilliant as always.
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