Profile of a Killer
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So, why is he doing this? This is the task he sets for Saul after he kidnaps him. Profile the killer and figure out what makes him tick, what makes him murder.
This movie is not a blood fest or a jump out of your seat scary movie, but it is not for the little ones in your family . There are moments that are chilling.
Pollari, the actor, that plays David (the killer) created a character that is multi-layered. There are times where you see the chilling cold-blooded killer, the rage that lies within him. Then there are glimpses of vulnerability, self-doubt, and fear. He reveals the lost part of him that Saul so desperately wants to save.
Gabriele Angieri, plays the retired FBI profiler and looks like he's always been on the big screen. At times, he looks similar to Robert Deniro. His role becomes almost fatherly at times to this disturbed, young man. I hope to see Angieri in more films in the future.
The filming is excellent and looks professional. I often forgot I was watching an independent, low-budget film .
I really enjoyed the moments between Pollari and Angieri. They worked very well together and had that chemistry we always look for between actors.Read more ›
You're correct, the above is not a review. It is a warning to those that base their movie-watching decisions on people who write such tripe.
Outstanding filmography--ever seen Minnesota at Christmas time--BLEAK! and that comes through loud and clear. Acting was solid and the two male leads did Outstanding jobs in the protrayals of their characters. Is it a popcorn-munchi9ng, fun-evening, movie? Absolutely not. Is it one that will make you think about how fragile life, ego, and love of one another can be. Definitely.
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Different point of view. Watching the "killer /profiler" for years. Very Good Flick. Tension/twists/good ending. A Sleeper.Published 1 month ago by Patrick H Fitzgerald
Overlong, super cereal crime schlock. Feels like watching a 2 hour pilot of a crime show you'll never care to revisit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thom Paine