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Interview, The (1998)
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Starring: Hugo Weaving, Michael Caton, Aaron Jeffery, Tony Martin
Director: Craig Monahan
Category: Independent, Suspense, Mystery
Studio: New Yorker
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Length:
103 mins

 
 

 

Riveting. A surprise-filled thriller." -John Hartl, The Seattle Times

Innocent man, or serial killer? In this fascinating and brilliantly executed crime thriller, Hugo Weaving (The Matrix, The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert and Proof) stars as Eddie Fleming, a loner whose uncertain innocence or guilt elevates to an edge-of-the-seat mind-game.

In the early hours of the morning, Eddie is abruptly grabbed by the police as the prime suspect of an unsolved crime. Scared and confused, Eddie firmly defends his innocence despite the unrelenting, strong-armed tactics of his interrogator, Detective Steele.

In the tradition of crime dramas such as The Usual Suspects, Homicide and NYPD Blue, The Interview takes you on a relentless, suspense-filled cat and mouse chase. Is Eddie the victim of Detective Steele's obsession to discover the truth, or is he a clever killer?

 
 
   
   

 
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