Touch of Evil

Touch of Evil
Touch of Evil

Year

1958

Duration

104 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Police corruption and moral compromise loom large in this classic dark thriller. When a car explodes crossing the Mexican border, US cop Hank Quinlan and Mexican narcotics investigator Mike Vargas have to find out why. While Mike is clean-cut and smug, Hank is a grizzly, old-school detective, willing to go to any lengths to uncover the truth. As they thrash out their personal differences, their search draws them ever deeper into the seedy underworld of Los Robles, a nightmarish backwater town.

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12 Classification

Moderate violence, threat, drug references.

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