Year Released: 2002
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 97 minutes
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This film has not yet been reviewed. Check back later for the complete review here on FilmThreat.com. Synopsis: The Trespasser tells a story involving themes such as power, ambition, friendship and betrayal. It takes place in the city of Sao Paulo, where its inhabitants cope with violence in a day-by-day basis. College mates since the days of Engineering School, Estevao, Ivan, and Gilberto have also been partners in a construction company for over 15 years. Everything is fine until a dissension over the business-conducting manner comes about flinging them all into a conflicting time. From one side, Estevao, the major partner, threatens to break up the partnership; from the other, Ivan and Gilberto, now cornered by the situation, decide to eliminate their partner hoping that, in doing so, they will be able to run the company at their own suitability. In order to do the job they hire Anisio, a professional killer. It is the beginning of a new stage for Ivan and Gilberto, and also of an unexpected nightmare: Anisio, who has social climbing plans, slowly invades their lives, turning their own process of violence against themselves, and believing that through this he will have the power to control the whole situation.
Posted on December 10, 2001 in Reviews by Chris Gore
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