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Will é um policial do FBI que por pouco não foi morto por Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) quando tentava capturá-lo. Com Lecter já preso, Will é obrigado a usar o psicopata como consultor para obter maiores informações sobre Francis Dolarhyde (Ralph Fiennes), um outro serial killer que tem deixado a cidade em pânico. Mas o que Will não sabe é que ao mesmo tempo em que Lecter o auxilia em sua investigação também repassa ao próprio Dolarhy de informações sobre a família do policial que o persegue.
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A Rare Musical Audio tribute to Danny Elfman. There is also music mixed in (for the film) not by Danny, Enjoy.
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The clip breaking the code from Red Dragon (2002) with Harvey Keitel, Ken Leung National Tattler Building, Chicago, II Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Oh, my God! Hello? Jack, it's Lloyd Bowman. I solved the code. You need to know what it says right now. Okay, Lloyd. It says, "Graham home, Marathon, Florida. "Save yourself. Kill them all. " Yeah? Bowman just broke the code. What does it say? I'll tell you in a second. Now, listen to me. Everything is okay. I've taken care of it. Stay on the phone when I tell you. Tell me now. Lecter gave the bastard your home address. Wait.
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The clip betrayal from Red Dragon (2002) with Anthony Hopkins Don't move. You're in shock now. I don't want you to feel any pain. In a moment you'll begin to be light-headed. Then drowsy. Don't resist. It's so gentle. Like slipping into a warm bath. I regret it came to this, Will. But every game must have its ending. Remarkable boy. I do admire your courage. I think I'll eat your heart.
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The clip betrayal Part 2 from Red Dragon (2002)
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The clip coming back from Red Dragon (2002) with Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton Marathon, FI Several Years Later Hey, Dad. Someone's here. Hey. You've got a beautiful set-up here, Will. Yeah, it's good. You know why I'm here? Yeah, I can guess. How much do you know? Just what was in the Miami Herald and the Times. Two families killed a month apart in their homes. Birmingham and Atlanta. The circumstances were similar. Not similar. The same. What have you kept out of the papers? He smashes mirrors and uses the pieces. Wears latex gloves, so we've got no prints. Size 11 shoe. He's not too comfortable with locks. Pried open a patio door in Birmingham... used a glass cutter in Atlanta. And his blood's AB positive. Somebody hurt him? Nope. We typed him from semen and saliva. He's a secretor. Tell me something, Will. You knew what this was. Did you ever consider picking up the phone and giving me a call? You've got all the people you need. You've got Dortmund at Harvard. You got Bloom in Chicago. I've got you down here fixing boat motors? Yeah, I like fixing boat motors. I wouldn't be very useful to you. I don't think about it anymore. Really? The last two we had, you caught. By doing what you and the other guys are doing. That's not entirely true. It's the way you think. Come on. There's been a lot of bullshit about the way I think. I've got technicians to examine evidence...
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The clip coming back Part 2 from Red Dragon (2002) with Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton but you've got that other thing. Imagination. Projection. Whatever. I know you don't like it. You wouldn't like it, either. This freak killed the Jacobis in Birmingham... on Saturday night, February 25. Full moon. He killed the Leeds family in Atlanta... a few nights ago, March 28. One day short of a lunar month. If we're lucky, we may have a little over three weeks... before he does it again. Will, do you respect my judgment? Of course. I think we have a better chance to catch him fast if you help. Go to Atlanta and look. Just look. Then help me brief the locals. That's it. Crawford has the whole damn government.
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The clip the note from Red Dragon (2002) with Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel Hey, thanks, Mr. Metcalf. A note hidden in Lecter's cell. Sounds like a fan letter. Might've been mailed by the Tooth Fairy. He wants Lecter's approval. He's curious about you. He's asking questions. I've scrambled a chopper. Does Lecter know we have the note? Not yet. It was found in a routine cleanup. They don't open his mail? Need a warrant. X rays only. Where's Lecter? The holding cage. Can he see his cell? No. But he's been there almost half an hour. He'll soon start to wonder what's wrong. We got to buy time, Jack. Dr. Chilton. Yes? Call your building superintendent... or engineer, whoever's in charge. Tell him to pull the circuit breakers on Lecter's hall. Have the super walk down the hall past the cell... carrying tools. He'll be in a hurry, pissed off, too busy to answer questions. And don't forget: Don't touch the note, okay? Graham's on his way. Listen up! We've got a note coming in on the fly... possibly from the Tooth Fairy. Number One Priority. It has to go back to Lecter's cell within the hour... unmarked. We'll need Hair and Fibre, Latent Prints, then Documents. I'll walk it through myself. Let's go, people!
28 Nov 2011
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The clip letter from a fan from Red Dragon (2002) with Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel My dear Dr. Lecter: I wanted to tell you... I'm delighted... that you've taken an interest in me. And when I learned of your vast correspondence, I thought: "Dare I?" Of course I do. I don't believe you'll tell them who I am. Besides, what particular body I currently occupy is trivial. The important thing is what I am becoming. I know that you alone can understand this transformation. I have some things I'd love to show you. If circumstances permit, I hope we can correspond. I have admired you for years and have... a complete collection of your press notices. Actually, I think of them as unfair reviews. As unfair as mine. They do like to sling demeaning nicknames, don't they? "The Tooth Fairy. " What could be more inappropriate? It would shame me for you to read that, if I didn't know... you had suffered the same distortions in the press. I'm fed up with this bloody stupid building! Every day something breaking. I swear they ought to tear the whole fucking place down. How much longer do we have? Ten minutes, max. Instructions for answering... were probably in the section Lecter tore out. Why not just throw the whole note away? It was full of compliments. He couldn't bear to part with them. Now we can mash just a little. You're so sly. But so am I. Aniline dyes and coloured inks are transparent to infrared. These could be the tips of "T's" here and here. On the end, that's a "P," or possibly an "R." Maybe this is where he's telling Lecter how to answer him. There's only one way to carry on a conversation... that's one-way blind. Publication. Wait a minute. We know this guy reads the Tattler. That's in his note, right? The Tooth Fairy, they made that up. Three "T's" and an "R" in "Tattler. "
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The clip letter from a fan Part 2 from Red Dragon (2002) with Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton How do you communicate through a tabloid? You got what? News stories. Personals. Maybe he wants Lecter to answer him through the personals? That could be it. We need proofs of the pages... before the next Tattler's published! I'm on it! Investigator Graham interests me. Not your standard gumshoe, is he? More alert. Purposeful looking. You should have taught him not to meddle. Forgive the stationery. I chose it because it'll dissolve very quickly... if you should have to swallow it. If I hear from you, next time I might send you something wet. Until then, dear Doctor... I remain your most... avid fan.
28 Nov 2011
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The clip searching for a code from Red Dragon (2002) with Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton The Tattler got an ad order signed 666... Baltimore postmark on the envelope. It's set to run this afternoon. Chicago field office is sending the text through now. "Dear Pilgrim. " That's it. Lecter called him a pilgrim when we talked. "You honour me. You're very beautiful. " Christ! "I offer 100 prayers for your safety. "Find help in John 6:22, 8:16... "9:1, Luke 1:7." Code. Has to be. We've got 19 minutes to get in a message if we can break this. The Tattler can't hold its presses any longer. It's simple. They only needed cover against casual readers. I'm thinking it's a book code. Code? The first numeral... "100 prayers," may be the page number. The numbers after could be line and letter. But what book? Bible? No, he's got "Galatians 15:2." It has only six chapters. Same with "Jonah 6:8." It has four chapters. He wasn't using a Bible. Then the Tooth Fairy named the book to use. He specified it in his note, in the part Lecter tore out. It would appear so. What about sweating Lecter? In a mental hospital... I would think drugs... No. They tried sodium amytal on him three years ago, to find out... where he buried the Princeton student. He gave them a recipe for dip. If we sweat him, we lose the connection. If the Tooth Fairy picked the book... he knew Lecter would have it in his cell. Can we get a list of his books? From Chilton, maybe. No! Wait! Rankin and Willingham, when they tossed his cell...
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The clip searching for a code Part 2 from Red Dragon (2002) with Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel took Polaroids so they could put everything back in place. Ask them to meet me with pictures of his bookshelves! Where? The Library! I'm leery of letting Lecter's message run... without knowing what it says. I say let this one run. We keep working on the code. At least it'll encourage the Fairy to contact him again. What if it encourages him to do something besides write? I don't like this any better than you. But it's our best shot.
28 Nov 2011
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The clip escape from Red Dragon (2002) Mum? Head down, ma'am.
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The clip house by the lake from Red Dragon (2002) with Mary-Louise Parker, Edward Norton Is he after you now? No, Lecter just suggested it to him. I hate this, Molly. I'm sorry. It's a sick feeling. I know it is. But you'll be safe here. Crawford's brother owns this place. No one in the world knows you're here. I'd just as soon not talk about Crawford. What are you using as bait? Sometimes I use worms. You like those? Beneath the yellow folder... you'll find your latest rejection slip... from the archives. It was brought to me by mistake with some of my archives mail. I'm afraid I opened it without looking. Sorry. I think we'll remove Dr. Lecter's toilet seat. Atlanta P.D. Nailed him.
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The clip negotiating with lecter from Red Dragon (2002) with Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton That was most artistic, the way you disposed of Mr. Lounds. Your cell looks bigger with no books in it. Does it? I hadn't noticed. Oh, you will. I have other resources. Tell me, Will. Did you enjoy it? Your first murder? Of course you did. Why shouldn't it feel good? It does to God. Why, only last week in Texas, he dropped a church roof... on the heads of 34 of his worshippers... as they were grovelling through a hymn. He wouldn't begrudge you one journalist. Put me next to him, Doctor. You and some SWAT team? Oh, Will. Where's the fun in that? He'll have to take his chances, too. A roof can fall on anybody. But not on Molly and Josh, I take it. Not yet, anyway. First he kills the pet, then the family. Freddy was your pet. They're safe now. No one will ever be safe around you, Will. Clever work on his note, by the way. And that blackout was an especially nice touch. What else was in that note, Doctor? Put me next to him! That's what you want, isn't it? To help him succeed where you failed? Twice? Give him a chance to kill me. Go on, then. Seduce me with your wares. Full restoration of your privileges. Plus computer access to the AMA archives. One hour a week under supervision, of course... but it's a one-time offer. It expires the minute I walk out of here. Bit measly, don't you think? Turn it down, then. See what terms you get from Chilton. Are these threats, William? I'm waiting, Doctor. Or maybe you've got nothing left to sell.
28 Nov 2011
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The clip negotiating with lecter Part 2 from Red Dragon (2002) with Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton A little sample, then. Why not? Seen the Blake, have you? Yes. No, you've looked but not seen. Transformation is the key. The man-dragon... his ugliness transformed by power. Look for a military record with combat training. Look for extensive tattooing... and corrective surgery, most likely to the face. Come on, I'm past that already and you know it. Give me what I need. How is he choosing the women? I've already suggested how. The answer was in front of you. You looked but didn't see. Bullshit! No riddles! Just tell me. No! It's your turn. I asked you before for a small courtesy... and you responded rudely. Before I tell you anything more... you will make certain arrangements for me. What kind of arrangements? Oh, nothing much. Shall we say dinner and a show?
28 Nov 2011
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