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Identity (Identita) - Thriller by James Mangold. A mystery story about 10 strangers - a limousine driver, a policeman and a killer, an ex-TV star, a prostitute, a young couple, and a family in crisis - who find refuge from a storm in a motel. Soon, one after the other begins to die and it seems as if they have not met by chance. Starring John Cusack and Rebecca De Mornay.


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Phone Booth (Telefónna búdka) - Thriller by Joel Schumacher. New York journalist Stu Shepard (Colin Farrell) becomes the prisoner of a mad mass murderer (Kiefer Sutherland) who keeps him trapped in a phone booth. If Stu hangs up, the sniper, who knows details about his unethical life, will kill him.


Other movies playing

Dreamcatcher (Pavučina snov) - Thriller by Lawrence Kasdan. Based on Stephen King's best-selling novel, it tells the story of four friends on a hunting trip who are overtaken by a blizzard, are challenged to stop an alien force, have to prevent the slaughter of innocent civilians by a military vigilante, and confront an unparalleled horror. Starring Morgan Freeman.

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