In 1988 Arizona, an aimless clerk typist hires his nervous neighbor, a prostitute, to pretend to be his fiancee, and collect a large inheritance in East Germany from his deceased uncle, being careful that his presence goes undetected by his successful, manipulative, playboy half-brother. Not only do the faux-couple's visit creates a circumstantial decision leading to a horrible discovery, but the brother's newfound relationship of crime, deceit, and rise to fame are caught in the eyes of a young, promising CIA agent, determined to pocket his agenda and inhabitable sins in the past.
Nocturnal Animals made 20 years earlier, directed by David Lynch, and more faithful to the source material.
A sequel to Nocturnal Animals. Like the first film, it has two story-lines: one in the real world and one in a book written by Edward Sheffield. In the real world, Edward begins to have second thoughts about writing "Nocturnal Animals" after Susan sends him an angry message for standing her up at the end of the first film. He begins consulting different people about how to handle this, and meanwhile begins to write another novel to "complete his thoughts." The novel is a prequel to "Nocturnal Animals," and follows the life of Bobby Andes, and explores his motives behind ...
The weekend in Mexico seemed like a dream holiday, with ocean-side mansion all to themselves, but someone was taking their revenge. There was the girl upstairs fighting for her life, and the garage explosion that could have killed them all.
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