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If you like your thrillers full of twists, “The Loft,” based on the 2008 Belgian thriller of the same name (minus the “The”), should do the trick. The film follows five men who begin to turn on each other after finding a murdered woman in the penthouse apartment they share for extramarital affairs. The story of what happened is unraveled slowly, through flashbacks involving each man’s individual encounters in the apartment. Erik Van Looy, who directed the original, also handled the English-language remake.
James Marsden (“X-Men,” “Superman Returns”) and Karl Urban (“Star Trek,” “The Lord of the Rings”) star in the film alongside Wentworth Miller (“Prison Break”), Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) and Matthias Schoenaerts (“Rust and Bone”). Van Looy directed the film from a script written by Bart De Pauw and Wesley Strick. Watch the trailer above.
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