Emmett's Mark

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Emmett's Mark is a 2002 American thriller film directed by Keith Snyder and starring Scott Wolf, Khandi Alexander, Talia Balsam, Sarah Clarke, John Doman, with Tim Roth and Gabriel Byrne. The film also features Ira Hawkins, Benjamin John Parrillo, Elizabeth Reaser, Carolyn McCormick, Adam LeFevre, and Greg Wood.[1]


The film is also known under the title Killing Emmett Young.[2]

Plot[edit]

In the Philadelphia police department, Emmett Young is a hotshot, a workaholic newly promoted to homicide. He learns he has a disease that will soon kill him painfully, so he hires a stranger to arrange his own death. With one eye on the calendar (he's allowed a few days' grace before his murder), he pursues a final case, the serial killing of young women. Emmett develops a profile of the assailant. Meanwhile, his fixer hires an ex-cop to kill Emmett, a lonely security guard whom the fixer taunts and belittles. When he is about to solve his case and he is ready to face his destiny, Emmett is informed that his diagnosis was wrong, and he tries to reach for the fixer he had hired.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Emmett's Mark at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ http://www.indiemoviesonline.com/watch-movies/killing-emmett-young