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A hitman, who is tasked with killing a cheating wife, finds himself in a complicated situation where chaos, blackmail and revenge prevail.

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Kill Me Three Times
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Variety
Variety
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... apart from the choice locations and DP Geoffrey Simpson's sizzling widescreen compositions, which nicely capture the feel of a deceptive paradise where terrible happen in broad daylight.
Courtney Howard
Courtney Howard
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Geoffrey Simpson's cinematography also adds dramatic significance, eschewing the genre's stereotypical chiaroscuro lighting in favour of bright, sunlit colour saturation. Stender's camera movement and framing techniques don't go unnoticed, but also never become obtrusive - a fine balance. Making a conscious effort to push the widescreen format adds depth and dimension. Camera tilts during power play moves between the characters (notably Nathan and Bruce's scuffle) is a smart, understated storytelling device.
GARY GOLDSTEIN
GARY GOLDSTEIN
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Cinematographer Geoffrey Simpson makes the most of the movie's dazzling Western Australian Coastal setting, throwing in flashy camera angles for good measure.
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