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The Young Poisoner's Handbook

Rated R for murders by poisoning, language and some nude photos.

R 106min.
 
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Based on the true story of Graham Young, a young British psychopath of the early 1960s, this is the offbeat feature film debut of writer-director Benjamin Ross. Hugh O'Conor plays Young, who narrates the story in a sullen voice-over. Read More
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