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Small Town Killers

MA15+ Comedy

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Synopsis

When a hitman is cheaper than divorce.

Danish comedy SMALL TOWN KILLERS follows two craftsmen who are tired of their lifeless and sexless marriages. After a fight with their other halves, they drunkenly hire a Russian hitman to kill their wives, planning to live it up afterwards with their secret stash of cash. They badly underestimate their spouses (as husbands often do), and end up being chased by the hired killer themselves.

Running Time 1hr 30m
Rating MA15+ | Mature Audiences
Cast Nicolas Bro, Ulrich Thomsen, Mia Lyhne, Lene Maria Christensen
Director Ole Bornedal

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