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When the body of 18-year-old Natalie Hanson is discovered on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming by the town’s veteran game tracker Cory Lambert, rookie FBI agent Jane Banner is called in to assist with the investigation. After the autopsy reveals that Natalie was raped and likely murdered, Banner offers to help Lambert and Ben, the Tribal Police Chief, in finding the killer. Battling against both the extreme weather conditions and an unfamiliar community, Banner sets out to prove that she’s got what it takes to solve the case and secure justice for the victim’s family. ‘Wind River’ is the directorial debut from acclaimed screenwriter Taylor Sheridan, who penned riveting thriller ‘Hell or High Water’.
Two brothers set out on a series of daring bank robberies in a bid to avoid looming foreclosure on their newly oil-rich family ranch.
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Schlocky, 50s-set Martin Scorsese film about a US Marshal investigating a disappearance at a isolated insane asylum.
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This remake of a Norwegian thriller sees a cop, unable to sleep in the persistent Alaskan summer light, become increasingly vulnerable to a killer.
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