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Old 15-10-2015, 05:14 PM   #193
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Lightbulb Child 44

Box office $3.3 million..
During Stalin's rule of the Soviet Union in the early 1950s, Ministry of State Security (MGB) Agent and war hero Leo Demidov uncovers a strange and brutal series of child murders.. MGB leadership refuses to acknowledge the deaths as murders, however, because Soviet doctrine states that only capitalism creates serial killers.. The son of Leo's partner is murdered by the serial killer, and during Leo's investigation, his wife, Raisa , is accused of being disloyal to the state.. Leo suspects that his amoral and ambitious enemy in the MGB, Vasili Nikitin, is behind the charges.. Leo refuses to support the accusation, and he is forced to take a demeaning militia position in the town of Volsk.. Raisa accompanies him and must work as a janitor.. Further investigation reveals that the killer has claimed at least 44 victims and that he is traveling the rail lines to find his targets..Release dates April 17, 2015...

Child 44 Movie Clip..

April 2 – 148 people are killed, the majority students, in a mass shooting at the Garissa University College in Kenya, perpetrated by the militant terrorist organization Al-Shabaab.– The only televised leaders debate to include Prime Minister David Cameron is aired by ITV.. The debate features the leaders of the Conservatives, Labour, the Liberal Democrats, UKIP, the Greens, the Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru/2–7 – An estimated £200 million-worth of jewels are stolen from Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd, Hatton Garden central London, in a meticulously-planned heist that takes place over the Easter weekend\10– Police are investigating after it emerged that they received an emergency call from the scene of the Hatton Garden safety deposit raid, but decided not to respond/11-Many Clouds, ridden by Leighton Aspell, wins the 2015 Grand National-Oxford beat Cambridge in the first Women's Boat Race to be staged alongside the Men's race. Oxford also win the Men's race-Tennis player Andy Murray marries his partner Kim Sears at a ceremony in his home town of Dunblane\16– The CPS issues a statement indicating that Labour peer Greville Janner will not face prosecution over allegations of child sexual abuse owing to his poor health/21– Following a six-week trial, Justin Robertson is jailed for life with a minimum tariff of 32 years for the September 2014 contract killing of Pennie Davis at the behest of her stepson\22– Supermarket retailer Tesco posts a record £6.4bn annual loss/25 – A magnitude 7.8 EQ strikes Nepal and causes 8,857 deaths in Nepal, 130 in India, 27 in China and 4 in Bangladesh with a total of 9,018 deaths\26-More than 38,000 people take part in this year's London Marathon, making it the biggest in the event's 35-year history-The UK gov donates £5 million and humanitarian aid to help people affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal, which kills over 6,000 people/27-The British Red Cross confirms that there are still dozens of Britons who have still not been traced following the earthquake in Nepal two days ago-Former Oxfordshire nurse Andrew Hutchinson is jailed for 18 years for a rape, sexual assault and voyeurism case involving unconscious women between 2011 and 2013; two of which that took place at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford\29 – The World Health Organization (WHO) declares that rubella has been eradicated from the Americas-The UK Supreme Court rules that the government must take immediate action to cut air pollution-18-year-old Kazi Islam, who was inspired by the murder of Lee Rigby, is convicted by a jury at the Old Bailey of grooming a vulnerable friend to kill two soldiers, and buying ingredients for a pipe bomb-The Foreign Office confirms that a Briton living overseas was among the 6,000 killed in the Nepal earthquake, and it's feared that a further British national has been killed at the Everest Base Camp-A blaze causes extensive damage at Clandon Park, a stately home in Surrey/30 – The 3 main party leaders, David Cameron, Ed Milliband and Nick Clegg, take part in the final televised debate before the general election on a special edition of Question Time... the end of the day, hero, monster... we are both killers, you and I..Tell me, are there no children on your conscience, Leo?.You knew what you were doing and you chose to do it...
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