Killing Words

2003, Mystery & thriller, 1h 29m

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Laura (Goya Toledo), a psychiatrist, wakes up bound and gagged in a basement and discovers she's being held hostage by her ex-husband, philosophy professor Ramon (Darío Grandinetti) -- who tells her he has killed 18 people already. Ramon starts a word-association game with Laura, with deadly stakes if she fails to keep up, but is arrested before he can finish. Police officers Espinosa (Fernando Guillén) and Sanchez (Eric Bonicatto) interrogate Ramon, who insists he has no idea where Laura is.

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