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Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles,
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Emma de Caunes,
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What a sad coincidence that this movie was released the same day - Charlie day - the terrible slaughter in the deep heart of Paris occurred, where twelve people working for Charlie Hebdo satyric magazine were killed. Coincidence because the lead character of this outstanding crime film has Charlie as a nickmane. Yes, sad coincidence. Well, let's talk at last about this, I repeat, outstanding crime movie, inspired from actual events that shocked France during nearly ten long years. Horrible sex and torture crimes committed by the famous Guy Georges. Everything here is very well made, shown in a meticulous, accurate way, explaining everything to the audiences. Acting is here at his top, and editing too. I know there always will be some folks to make critical comments. I respect that. Nothing is perfect. Don't miss it. In the memory of Charlie.
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