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Based on the true story of a Russian serial killer.
One of the best serial killer movie i have seen
Fascinating and absorbing. One of HBO's finest made-for-cable flicks.
Interesting bit of history. Steven Rea does a good job. Donald Southerland could have passed on this role.
This serial-killer TV film by HBO is an incredible piece of work. It has almost all the required elements of its genre in adequate proportion. Although it takes a limited number of cinematic liberties, it's done only to heighten the effect, and it works big time.
The brilliantly outstanding performance by Stephen Rea is one of the best performances I've ever come through. His portrayal of his character Burakov is very realistic. He literally feels life into his character. Donald Sutherland could have done better, IMHO.
All in all, it's a great movie based on real events, and any fan of this genre shouldn't miss it.
well done hbo film based on the case of ukrainian serial killer andrei chikatilo, convicted of killing 52 women and children. good cast including donald sutherland and max von sydow. stephen rea plays the investigator who followed the case for seven years despite much interference from soviet bureaucracy. patchy russian accents but very factual
Despite this film being a true story and an horific tale, the actual film isn't one to hold your attention too well. A likeable part by Donald Sutherland (I guess you would need to be Russian to say whether the cast managed to pull the accents off well).
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