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True Crimes Gets a Premiere Date28 Sep 2016
By Eva Araújo (Web correspondent)
We have to be honest. We here, at JCO are very thrilled (no point taken) to share this news.
Jim Carrey’s movie "True Crimes" will have world premiere at the Warsaw Film Festival on October 12 at 18:30 as a special screening.
The movie is 100 minutes long (1 hour and 40 minutes) and it’s a U.S.A and Poland collaborations that features Polish actors as well.
The synopsis of the story is:
"In the south-western end of the Polish far from civilization Odra sharp turn, forming a bay. Its edges are overgrown with wild grasses and covered with tall pines and oaks. The only people who venture there are anglers - cove teeming with perch and pike. One cold December day in 2000, three friends łowiło fish there. One of them noticed something floating in the water at the shore. First he thought it was a log, but when he came closer, he saw hair ... A psychological thriller inspired by David Grann article reproduced in the 2008 New Yorker film about the murder of a businessman, the details of which coincide with the descriptions of a book."
In all of Jim’s filmography, he has only done one movie with the thriller genre called "The Number 23" and we are very excited to see him explore it again.
We at JCO will keep you updated as the news get thriller…
-- Source: Warsaw Film Festival. With thanks to Serap E. Click to comment this article.
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