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From the cover I've seen: "intense, hot, sexy", that exactly what is missing in this movie under discussion. The story is not unique. The acting is not that good.
The story in one line: "A professional killer falls in love, and of course that is the problem".
The film was not boring, in fact, I think, it is not a waste of time. However, an intense thriller?: you easily can take a new drink from elsewhere, without missing the storyline; a sexy thriller?: you didn't find much uncovered body-works, during the sexy scenes; and hot?: I could not find this; seeing it a second time?: I don't think so.
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