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Connections (1993)

A female reporter goes undercover to catch a serial killer who lethally injects victims he meets through a dating agency.

Director:

Patrick Jamain

Writers:

David Preston (story), Edith Rey (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jacques Penot Jacques Penot ... Jacques Serre
Teri Austin ... Ann Wilson / Tracy Lee
Luca Barbareschi ... Bernard Moulins
Gioele Dix ... Jeff Anderson
Steve Kalfa Steve Kalfa ... Simon Charasse
Patrick Lapp Patrick Lapp ... Chief Editor
Claude Vuillemin Claude Vuillemin ... Miller
Séverine Bujard Séverine Bujard ... Woman no. 1
Kathia Marquis Kathia Marquis ... Woman no. 2
Jacques Michel Jacques Michel ... Client no. 1
Edmond Vullioud Edmond Vullioud ... Client no. 2 (as Edmond Vuilloud)
Christian Gregori ... Restaurant Manager
Pierre Banderet Pierre Banderet ... Detective
Laurent Sandoz Laurent Sandoz ... Inspector
Nicole-Hélène Chappuis Nicole-Hélène Chappuis ... Saleslady
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A female reporter goes undercover to catch a serial killer who lethally injects victims he meets through a dating agency.

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Genres:

Thriller

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Country:

Canada | France

Release Date:

8 July 1996 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Ligações See more »

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(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Serviceable thriller.
8 March 2006 | by joelgriggsSee all my reviews

Strong-willed but overlooked newspaper reporter Teri Austen dolls herself up and goes undercover to catch a serial killer targeting women through video-dating services.

Available for £1 on the hard to resist "23rd Century" DVD label, (available from skid-row discount shops across the UK) this has some above-average performances, especially from Austen. Bringing grit and guts not usually associated with woman-in-jeopardy fodder, she looks great and gleefully pours scorn on a parade of sleaze-bags she meets during her investigations.

You'll guess the ending from the first frame, but this is credible enough, moves briskly and is professionally made.


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