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Five Valid Reasons for Murdering Lisa (2006) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • A composer, Les, feels compelled to explain his motives for the apparent murder of his wife, Lisa. Through a description of his fears, and obsessions, we learn something about the infantile male psyche, and its relevance to misogyny.

    - Written by Al Sutton, Executive Producer/Writer
  • A composer, Les, feels compelled to explain his motives for the apparent murder of his wife, Lisa. Through a description of his fears and obsessions we learn something about the infantile male psyche and its relevance to misogyny.

    - Written by Al Sutton

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Les (Al Sutton), a composer, is sitting at the piano in his New York loft, working on one of his compositions when he casually asks his wife...

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