Blue Hell Trailer

Blue Hell Trailer (1986)

12 March 1986 Thriller 103 mins

Ned, a petty criminal, falls into the trap laid by Frank, a sadistic cop who, after having beaten him, takes him home. But Frank's wife Lily helps Ned escape and they fall in love.

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France 12 March 1986

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