Looker

Looker
Looker
   Film policier de Michael Crichton, avec Albert Finney, James Coburn, Susan Dey.
  Pays: États-Unis
  Date de sortie: 1981
  Technique: couleurs
  Durée: 1 h 36
   Résumé
   Soupçonné après la disparition de plusieurs de ses clientes, un chirurgien esthétique découvre leur lien avec un étrange laboratoire d'étude de publicité visuelle. Un thriller ironique et haletant.

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