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B.T.K. is a film of genre Drama with Kane Hodder

B.T.K. (2008)

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Genres Drama,    Thriller,    Horror
Rating40% 2.022282.022282.022282.022282.02228

B.T.K. est un film américain réalisé par Michael Feifer, sorti en 2008.

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Le film retrace le parcours du macabre tueur en série Dennis Rader, dit « B.T.K. » (initiales de l'anglais « Bind, torture, kill » qui signifie en français « Ligoter, torturer, tuer »).

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