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Marking the feature-film directorial debut of Reb Braddock and based on one of his short films -- the one that allegedly inspired the third segment of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction in which crime clean-up specialist Harvey Keitel shows up at a gory murder scene to supervise evidence disposal -- this jet-black, blood-soaked crime comedy takes the idea a step further to tell the story of a Miami Latina who feeds her fascination with serial killers by getting a job with a company that specializes in cleaning up murder scenes. She is particularly interested in the dashing Blue Blood Killer who has been beheading wealthy women all over town. The woman adores her work and in one scene gracefully dances around a murder sight brandishing a knife miming the role of both the killer and the victim. Eventually her work leads her straight into the killer's arms for a shocking and deadly last tango. Tarantino was the executive producer for this film. … More
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Great movie for the morbid!
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