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The Killer Inside Me (24-Jan-2010)

Director: Michael Winterbottom

Writers: John Curran; Michael Winterbottom

From novel: The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson

Keywords: Crime

Film adaptation of the 1952 novel of the same name follows a Texas deputy sheriff's violent unmasking as a vicious serial killer.

ABSTRACT
Lou Ford, a deputy sheriff in a small town in early-1950s west Texas, enjoys a favorable reputation within his community due to his affable persona and perceived reliability in his line of work. Unbeknownst to his peers and fellow townsfolk at first, however, Lou maintains a hidden existence as a nymphomaniacal sociopath, something that leads to his unmasking and eventual downfall when he uses his job to act on his perversions and sends his coworkers on a gory trail filled with sex games and a rising body count.

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