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Fabio Vanegas 7 months ago
A teacher and his student looking for a serial killer
Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea 7 months ago
Excellent thriller
Bijit Sarkar almost 7 years ago
Excelent cast and the Continuous shot from roads around the block till the room..awesome
Samuel Hönle over 7 years ago
Sehr guter Film, obwohl es schon spät ist.
N B 2 months ago
Diana Riashko 7 months ago
Milda 8 months ago
Flo HM 2 years ago
Samkiti Jain over 2 years ago
tal sheldon over 2 years ago
Markus Bonnevier over 4 years ago
Nitin Narayan over 5 years ago
Thin Mint over 5 years ago
Jannick almost 6 years ago
Mihaela H. 6 years ago
Carlos 6 years ago
The Oxford Murders is a 2008 film directed by Álex de la Iglesia. This thriller film is adapted from the novel of the same name by the Argentine mathematician and writer Guillermo Martínez. The film stars Elijah Wood, John Hurt and the Spanish actress Leonor Watling. It is 1993. Wood plays Martin, an American student at the University of Oxford who wants Arthur Seldom (Hurt) as his thesis supervisor. He idolises Seldom and has learned all about him. He takes rooms in Oxford at the house of an old lady, Mrs. Eagleton (Anna Massey), who is an old friend of Seldom. Also in the house is the old lady's daughter, Beth (Julie Cox), who is her full time caregiver — which she resents bitterly — and a musician by occupation. In a public lecture, Seldom quotes Wittgenstein's Tractatus to deny the possibility of absolute truth. Hoping to impress his idol, Martin disputes this, asserting his faith in the absolute truth of mathematics: "I believe in the number pi." Seldom humiliates him, ridiculing...
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