The Tesseract

2003, Mystery & thriller, 1h 37m

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Several disparate characters find themselves in a low-end Bangkok hotel. There is Sean (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers), a drug dealer awaiting a delivery; a psychologist named Rosa (Saskia Reeves), who is in mourning; a female assassin; and an up-and-coming Mafia boss trying to make a name for himself. Their pasts are revealed through a set of flashbacks, but an act of theft committed by Wit (Alexander Rendel), a bellboy, will affect each of their futures.

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