The Eleventh Aggression (2009)
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Follow the two detectives, their women, their co-workers, their families and their minds as they twist and turn their way through the maze left by a determined, skilled serial killer as he doles out his revenge on those who encounter him.
Taken from police archives of a real series of brutal murders that occurred over a period of eleven years, the tense story laid out by critically acclaimed director, Charles Peterson (White Rabbit, Creep, Laws of Deception and more), reflects a new style of storytelling. Quick paced, and slickly presented, this study in human nature and not-so-humane actions focuses on just how difficult it is for modern law enforcement to cope with the never-ending ability of mankind to devise new ways to force hurt upon us all. "The Eleventh Aggression" tells the twisted story of a Vietnam Era, special services operative - Jeffrey Walters - who assumes the role of a serial killer. Walters simply can't control his rage and he boils over the normal human anger response meter.
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