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10x10 is a movie starring Luke Evans, Kelly Reilly, and Noel Clarke. A man abducts a flower shop owner and holds her captive in a small, soundproof room in an effort to extract a dark secret from her past.

Suzi Ewing
Kelly Reilly, Luke Evans, Olivia Chenery, Noel Clarke

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Genres Thriller
Director Suzi Ewing
Writer Suzi Ewing, Noel Clarke
Stars Kelly Reilly, Luke Evans, Olivia Chenery, Noel Clarke
Country UK
Also Known As Tội Ác Sau Phòng Kín, 10x10 テン・バイ・テン, Otage, Outfall
Runtime 1 h 28 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 Lewis (Luke Evans) is an outwardly ordinary guy, but in reality he is hiding an obsession - revenge - against Cathy (Kelly Reilly). Lewis kidnaps Cathy in broad daylight and takes her to his home, where he locks her in a soundproof cell and attempts to extract a dark secret from her past.

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Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 22:36

A modern retelling of the classic "Ladies of the French Revolution", "The Ladies of the French Revolution" was directed by Jonathan Demme and stars Madonna, Marlon Wayans and Camille Bela. It was written by Marianne Largier and directed by Jonathan Demme. This film is about the time period of the French Revolution. The film begins with the story of a French peasant girl, Louise (Madonna). Louise is taken by an aristocratic family to live in the capital. In the fall of 1807, Louise's uncle Charles (Wayans) is murdered by a Catholic terrorist named Jacques de Molay (Bela). Two years later, Charles' wife is murdered by his own niece Marie-Antoinette (Lena Olin). Two years later, Charles' wife, Marie-Antoinette (Lena Olin) is murdered by her own niece, Louise (Madonna). Both of these women are now in an eternal battle of wills, an eternal battle between the ruling elite and the ruled. After the assassination of Marie-Antoinette, the aristocracy decides to attack the revolution with a massive army. One of the first roles is played by Marlon Wayans, who plays the young David, who is now an aristocratic count. He has been raised to be a good person by his father (Richard Gere) but he has become a sniveling coward. David takes part in the massacre of the revolution. When he sees Marie-Antoinette on the balcony, he decides to go with the revolutionary army to the Bastille. They are caught, the rebels are massacred, and they are brought to Louis XVI (Francois Berleand). But Louis XVI is not what he seems. He is actually not a man, but a phantom, a figment of the imagination of the aristocrats. He tells the young men that he is a young woman, and he is the future ruler of France. Louis XVI sends them to a convent to be educated, to learn how to be men. But Louis XVI has a secret. He is not a man, he is not an aristocrat, he is a phantom. When the young men are on their way to a school in the countryside, Louis XVI tells them that the revolution has not been a success, that there are many more rebels who want to rise up and overthrow the aristocrats. A beautiful young woman, Camille Bela, comes along to give the young men a lesson. She is not like the others. She has an exotic accent and she is a woman who loves to dance and is very successful in the dance competitions. As the young men learn to be men, Camille teaches them the manners and the weapons of the revolution. When they are all men, they decide to join the revolution and they are ready to fight. A group of armed soldiers, led by Marshal Petain (Richard Gere), come to the Bastille to attack the revolutionary army. They take the young men with them. The men are led by young general Louis Renault (Francois Berleand). The young men are prepared for battle, but the men are prepared to die. The young men join the revolution and the battle begins. When the revolutionaries are successful in their battle, they will have to fight against

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