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Crime | Thriller
Frame Rate:
23.976 (23976/1000) FPS
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
4.0 / 10 
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Directors: Helier Bissell-Thomas [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Kaufman's Game follows Stanley, a driven young man with a passion for boxing, who is keen to improve his strength and stamina. When a shady stranger approaches him outside the gym with the offer of a specially produced steroid, Stanley is drawn into the ever more violent operations of a powerful organization, unwittingly entering into a series of tests designed to prove his mettle. This is a film about power, determination and being your own worst enemy. It celebrates the archetypes of classic Film Noir, and the dark, conspiratorial storytelling technique of Franz Kafka, but with a contemporary minimalist aesthetic.


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No wave of film noir

A great Movie - new generation of film noir . People used to love die hard and transformers can't understand it I guess ! :)

psychological thriller with vintage old times references

Slow and eerie, don't expect car crash and explosions!it s been made with almost no budjet by a director / writer / student 20 years old and the result is great . many references to Kafka, Kubrick ( clockwork orange bridge) , pure psychological game. No death, no blood . Good to see today films like you could see in the 1970s.

1 star because the ordeal ends

The most entertaining thing about this movie are the three 'Shills' (so far) that have submitted gushing reviews. Click on each of the reviewers and you might be amazed to find that this abomination is the only film they're reviewed. Shills and amoeba both have one thing common, just the one braincell.

The movie is one of those 'straight to the garbage bin' titles.
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