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At a writers' retreat on an isolated island, novelist Zandra joins a group of strangers confronting their darkest secrets. But when a member of the party mysteriously disappears, they realize there's something else on the island.
Alix Wilton Regan,
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Michael A. Nickles
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Great white sharks bio-engineered to be the size of piranhas with the purpose of living in rich people's exotic aquariums terrorize New York City when they get into the water supply and do what great white sharks do best.
Excellent acting, engrossing scenario and beautiful photographer
The series gives a good insight in the life of Freddy Heineken, the head of a multinational and family concern that produce premium beer Heineken. It shows a life of not only a flamboyant head of industry but also a surprisingly fascinating private life. Acting is of high quality, with an absolutely outstanding performance Thom Hoffmann. He shows in a natural way the emotions of a proud and ambitious man that is confronted with situations that have a deep impact on his personal life. Photography in the colors of the sixties is brilliant, with a lot of brown beige tones. It is really a great pleasure to absorb the beautiful pictures and get lost in the that era. In the series story lines alternate in a natural way that add to the whole story becoming more interesting and giving a better understanding of the life of Freddy Heineken.
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