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Target Number One is a movie starring Josh Hartnett, Amanda Crew, and Jim Gaffigan. In 1989, a Canadian journalist investigates the circumstances surrounding the suspicious arrest of a heroin addict imprisoned in a Thai jail.

Crime, Thriller, Biography
Daniel Roby
Jim Gaffigan, Stephen McHattie, Josh Hartnett, Amanda Crew

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Genres Crime, Thriller, Biography
Director Daniel Roby
Writer Daniel Roby
Stars Jim Gaffigan, Stephen McHattie, Josh Hartnett, Amanda Crew
Country Canada
Also Known As Suspect numéro un, Podozrivý číslo jedna, Most Wanted
Runtime 2 h 15 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Ex heroin junkie, Daniel Léger, gets involved in a drug deal with the wrong people for the wrong reasons. When the deal goes sour, Daniel gets thrown into a Thai prison and slapped with a 100-year sentence. While he tries to survive his Bangkok incarceration, the news of his conviction captures the attention of Globe and Mail journalist Victor Malarek, who decides to go after the shady undercover cops responsible for wrongly accusing Daniel.

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Tuesday, 03 Nov 2020 19:20

There is a moment when Paul Greengrass' THE CASE OF THE WOMAN IN BLACK comes to mind as a film that is a must see. It's a brilliant psychological thriller that starts with a bang, delivers a few shocks, then falls flat in the end. It's an uncomfortable film, a chilling one, and a film that I will always remember. But the film is not only a work of genius, it is a classic. The story is about a woman, Irene Goldsbury, who has been imprisoned in a mental hospital for 13 years. It's a safe bet that the story will be about her recovery. I would not have known this if not for the film. The film is essentially a documentary about a woman's journey into recovery from a mental hospital. She is followed by an interrogator, a doctor, a nurse and an ex-con. They all play a crucial part in her recovery. The story is told in flashbacks. There is a reason for this. The story is based on a real case of a woman, named Marion Duval, who was sent to a mental hospital after she was involved in a car accident. She was a rich girl who was clearly the victim of the accident. But what the doctors didn't know was that she was a victim of a murder. After she was released from the hospital, she became a sex addict and was eventually caught by the police. Her case was prosecuted by a lawyer, Gerald Halderman, who was a friend of her husband. Halderman was a man who believed that he could bring Marion back to life. He wanted to have sex with her again. He found a way to do this. He created a dummy. He had the dummy play a woman's voice, and he had the dummy become her. The question is, what would happen if Marion did become her? Would she still be a sex addict? Would she be a murderer? Would Halderman really be able to help her? The answers to these questions are hard to answer. But the answers are still there. The film is a work of genius. It's not just a thriller, it's not just a psychological thriller. It's a work of art. It's a work of art that I will always remember. It's an all-around masterpiece. The acting is brilliant. Jessica Chastain is absolutely brilliant as the tortured Marion Duval. She gives a performance that's so real, you forget that she is just an actress. She gives a performance that is so haunting, that you will want to see her die. Jessica Chastain is truly amazing. I think this is the best performance she has ever given. There is a scene in the film where she is sitting in her apartment, and she is talking to the camera, and she is alone, and her voice is barely audible. You feel like you're sitting next to her, and she is just a few feet away. She is so unnerving and scary. She is a true force of nature. She is the most powerful woman in the world. I don't think anyone could do better. Christian Bale is great as Halderman. I was a bit surprised to see him in a supporting role. I didn't expect him to be the star. But he is really good, and he does the best he can. The only actor I found bad was Keanu Reeves, who plays the doctor. I think he is a great actor, but he is not good enough for this role. I think he is better suited to playing a detective in a movie. He is great, but he is not good enough for the role. The supporting cast are also great. Sarah Paulson is great as the nurse, and she is a real force to be reckoned with. I was shocked to see how good she was. I didn't expect her to be as good as she was. Julianne Moore is great as the nurse. She is great in everything she does. She is so believable, and she plays the role perfectly. I was very impressed with her. She is amazing. She is the best thing about this movie. There are some great scenes in the film. One of the best scenes is when Halderman finds Marion Duval in her apartment. She has been locked up for 13 years, and is begging for help. Halderman is so determined to help her, and she is so strong and stubborn. She is so strong and she is so stubborn. She is the best thing about this film. There is another scene in the film that is very disturbing. It's a scene where Halderman finds Marion Duval in her room, and he has a gun to her head. He has a knife with him, and he is on the phone with Marion. Marion is on the phone with Halderman, and he is telling her that she needs to get out of

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