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    Unique ID Code: 0000060480
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    Added on: 15/5/2004 13:59
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    Tattoo (UK)

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    Certificate: 18
    Running Time: 105 mins
    Retail Price: £19.99
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    When the police raid an underground rave, Marc (August Diehl), a newly-graduated police officer, has to make himself - and his drugs - scarce. But his jacket is found by Detective Minks (Christian Redl) who gives him an ultimatum: either Marc joins Minks` homicide team, or his career is over. It soon becomes clear that Minks needs Marc to access a world closed off to him, to help find his missing daughter.

    When the investigation gets underway, the burnt body of a partially flayed woman is just the first corpse that bears an unusually gruseome trait: the absence of large areas of skin. Discovering that a perverse form of art collecting - an international trade in decorated human skin - is in operation, it is now up to Marc to protect those in danger and to unveil the identity of the head of the organisation. Dark and stylish, this brooding psychological thriller will make yoru skin crawl as it twists and turns its way towards an unforgettably chilling climax.

    Special Features:
    Interview with director Robert Schwentke. 4 page booklet with Billy Chainsaw film notes. Tartan Terror trailer reel

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    DTS 5.1 English
    Dolby Digital 5.1 German
    Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 German

    Subtitle Tracks:

    Directed By:
    Robert Schwentke

    Written By:

    Fatih Cevikkollu
    Johan Leysen
    Nadeshda Brennicke
    Christian Redl
    August Diehl

    Casting By:
    Anja Dihrberg

    Soundtrack By:
    Martin Todsharow

    Director of Photography:
    Jan Fehse

    Peter Przygodda

    Costume Designer:
    Peri de Bragança

    Production Designer:
    Josef Sanktjohanser

    Roman Kuhn
    Jan Hinter

    Executive Producer:
    Verena Herfurth

    Tartan Video

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