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Old Feb 4, 2008, 10:07 AM   #1
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Because the title of this movie might escape many people I will supply a clue. The director, the great grandson of a semi famous man who was the brother to a very famous man, was murdered in the streets of Amsterdam by a Muslim nutcase.
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Old Feb 4, 2008, 12:32 PM   #2
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what is a muslim nutcase ? oakey
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Old Feb 4, 2008, 1:08 PM   #3
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When someone is shot at close range, their throat cut nearly decapitating the person then leaving 2 knives stuck in the chest I would say the killer is a nutcase. The fact the person was a muslim makes that a muslim nutcase. And since it was religion motivated thats why I mentioned the kind of nutcase it was. Now about the movie title.
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I did the research and came up with the documentary "Submission" about violence against muslim women.

The gun seems more appropriate to the title of the book ("Murder in Amsterdam")which unfolds much of the intrigue behind the murder of the creator of "Submission."

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Sorry Selvin, back to the drawing board.
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The name of the movie is Luger. The director was Theo Van Gogh, the great grandson of Theo Van Gogh, brother of Vincent Van Gogh. And whether you like it or not he was murdered in the streets of Amsterdam by a Muslim nutcase.
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Bynx,

I thought about the name of the movie being the trademark name of the gun but not being familiar with firearms I didn't dare hazard a guess. The whole intrigue surrounding the murder would seem to have merited a movie but it didn't at least so far.

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Old Feb 6, 2008, 5:17 AM   #8
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Bynx wrote:
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The name of the movie is Luger. ....
I knewthe gun was a Luger. I should have looked it up as a title.

When I was a young teenager, in 'Biggles' books and war comics evil foreigners always unsportingly carried Lugers. British gentlemen always overcame them using stiff upper lips and their trusty Webley 'service revolvers', justlike Dr Watson's when he occasionally defended Sherlock Holmes in tight corners, decades earlier.


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