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Katrina L. Harrison
When Birte and Josephine Becker are texting each other in the beginning of the film, we see that Birte has received several messages from her daughter. In the shot immediately after, we see Josephine typing the messages which Birte had already received seconds earlier. In the following shot, we see Josephine's messages pop up on Birte's phone. In the first shot of Birte's phone, Josephine's messages had not been sent, yet they were briefly visible on Birte's phone. See more »
[from the trailer]
I think it's the falling snow that sets the killer off
Cutting things up that's what a child does to maintain order
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Worthy movie for every Movie lover Never to miss and lose.
It is a class thriller and gripping till the end. It is one of the finest in the class of thriller movies in terms of screenplay, photography and last but not least the story telling mechanism is stylish. Mystery is held tight and never could be revealed.
Worth for the money. I think the world of movie review must lay out certain key indicators to be fair and honest and give true review The only shock was the general review I saw about this movie but what I saw was pretty cool. Coolest scenic beauty of European cities and cold winter snow added to the mystery value including some lifestyle and culture exposure for the audience.
There is still room for improvements but the catch is deliberate subtleties pumped in the screenplay to confuse and keep biting the nails till end with some release of pressure from time to time to introduce new complexities.
Overall a refreshing movie for thrill seekers..
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