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Sleuth
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Sleuth 1972


From Amazon: Wicked, nasty, delicious fun. Laurence Olivier is a wealthy, veddy English mystery writer. He invites Michael Caine to his elaborate country house, in order to settle some rather unpleasant business between them: Caine is having an affair with Olivier's wife, and she is about to divorce the older man. Olivier, smooth as brandy, suggests that there might be a way the two men can help each other, but what appears to be an intriguing proposition escalates into a deadly cat-and-mouse game. Sleuth boasts a twisty script by Anthony Shaffer, calculated to drive an audience to distraction; and director Joseph L. Mankiewicz (All About...

Directed By:
No image existsJoseph L. Mankiewicz
Written By:
No image existsAnthony Shaffer
Starring:
No image existsLaurence Olivier
Michael CaineMichael Caine
No image existsJohn Matthews
No image existsJohn Matthews
No image existsAlec Cawthorne
No image existsTeddy Martin

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Sleuth Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (10/19/2007)

A thoroughly entertaining and twisted film that, though somewhat predictable, keeps you enthralled for all 139 minutes.

Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier go toe-to-toe in a cat and mouse whodunnit trying to outmatch and outthink one another until there is nothing left.

The performances are captivating, hilarious and...

(complete Sleuth review by Jessica Film Junkie)



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