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Mark Henry over 6 years ago
Henke over 6 years ago
The Card Player (Italian: Il Cartaio) is a 2004 horror-thriller directed by Dario Argento. The film stars Stefania Rocca and Liam Cunningham and marks Argento's second giallo feature of the decade (following Sleepless). In its Italian Theatrical release it took in 2.926.000 Euro ($3,649,289) The film features a brief role for Fiore Argento, the director's eldest daughter. She had previously appeared in her father's films Phenomena and Demoni. The Card Player centers around a serial killer known as "The Card Player" who is kidnapping young women in Rome. Using a webcam set-up, the killer challenges the police by forcing them to play hands of Internet poker. If the police lose, the kidnapped victim is tortured and murdered on-screen. When a British tourist is among the girls murdered, policeman John Brennan (Liam Cunningham) is assigned the case and quickly teams up with Italian Detective Anna Mari (Stefania Rocca). The duo have their work cut out for them when the Police Chief's...
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