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A high-profile slaying becomes the case of an ambitious attorney's career in this legal thriller based on the novel by William Diehl. Richard Gere stars as Martin Vail, a famed defense lawyer who volunteers his services to Aaron Stampler (Edward Norton), a Kentucky teenager charged with the murder of a Chicago archbishop. Covered with blood, Aaron was captured after a foot chase broadcast live on TV, making a gleeful Vail certain that he could raise his profile by defending the obviously guilty suspect. Assigned to ...

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Richmond

Nov 16, 2009

Brilliant Story & Acting

Primal Fear is a gripping tale from beginning to end. Richard Gere is always great but Edward Norton's performance as a troubled
youth accused of murder is brilliant. His portrayl of two characters within the one personality is, I think, without equal. Norton is an actor's actor. Laura Linney is also captivating as the cool State Prosecutor. This film raises many questions about morality and the law and the Catholic church, making reference to Nathaniel Hawthorn's comments regarding when a man wears two faces he can lose a sense of reality. The conclusion to the film is not only brilliant but a real surprise. A great thriller.

Andri

Sep 2, 2008

The Best Psychopat Movie Ever Since Silence

This movie is one of the best Psychopat movie since Silence of The Lambs. Edward Norton played the best role ever in his career. Like the Fight club, he played an extraordinary cast to make we all believe that he was really really sick
Two thumbs up for Edward Norton

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