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Plays like notes for an arthouse film about love and death, but not the real thing.
Show doesn't play anywhere near as well as it once did.
A superbly wrought yarn set in the milieu of Russian mobsters in London, "Eastern Promises" instantly takes its place among David Cronenberg's very best films.
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