Lady in the Box (2001)

Director
Christian Otjen

Main cast
Darren E. Burrows; Robert Knepper; Mark Sheppard; Robert Glen Keith; Paige Rowland

Genres
Mystery, Thriller

Description
An unsuspecting bartender believes he has been set up for the murder of his own girlfriend, in this film-noirish, Hitchcockian suspense thriller.


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