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|Directed by||Bernard Rose|
|Produced by||Donald Kushner|
|Written by||Bernard Rose|
|Music by||Matthew Schultz|
|Edited by||David Gamble|
Snuff-Movie is a 2005 gothic horror film by British director Bernard Rose. It stars Jeroen Krabbé as a horror film maker named Boris Arkadin, whose pregnant wife, Mary, was supposedly brutally murdered by a Manson-like gang of hippy psychopaths during the 1960s. An eccentric recluse, Boris makes a comeback when he invites some actors to a large mansion in the English countryside to 'audition' for his new film. But unknown to most of them they are being filmed by hidden cameras linked to a snuff website.
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