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Dead Again (1991)
Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Andy Garcia, Derek Jacobi, Hanna Schygulla, Emma Thompson
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Category: Drama, Suspense / Thriller
Studio: Paramount Pictures
107 mins



How Many Times Can You Die For Love?

Oscar nominee Kenneth Branagh (Henry V) and Oscar winner Emma Thompson (Howard's End) give dazzling dual-role performances in this supernatural-tingled romantic murder mystery.

Mike Church (Branagh) is a L.A. gumshoe with a knack for tossing off wisecracks and tracking down missing persons.But Church doesn't have a clue when he's hired to help a beautiful amnesia victim (Thompson) tormented by blood-curdling nightmares.Then an eccentric antiques dealer and hypnotist (Derek Jacobi) leads Church to a startling discovery:The source of the nightmares may lie in a past-life connection to Margaret Strauss, a world-famous pianist allegedly murdered by her composer husband


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