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Into the Labyrinth

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Private Investigator Bruno Genko (Toni Servillo), who is on the verge of death, revisits a cold case after the victim turns up alive. A thirteen-year-old who was kidnapped and long held prisoner, Sam is now suddenly free, traumatized and wounded. She is hospitalized and examined by profiler Dr. green (Dustin Hoffman), who exploring her mind, hunts the monster that kept her locked away all these years. Within the memories of Sam, the clues to solving the case begin to unfold, as Bruno begins to seek answers of his own.
Into the Labyrinth portrays a terrifyingly dark chase, where no one knows who is the hunter and who is the prey.

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Starring

Dustin Hoffman, Toni Servillo, Valentina Bellè

Directed by

Donato Carrisi

Written by

Donato Carrisi

Country Of Origin

Italy

Language

Italian, English

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