Title: Bone Collector
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||July 3, 2015|
|Length:||5 / 1331|
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'Lincoln' has decided that due to a series of continuing seizures that he no longer wishes to live. His doctor agrees to assist him with his suicide.
The central character of the film is Lincoln Rhyme (Denzel Washington), a disabled ex-cop, a forensic scientist now paralyzed from the neck down. Years after his accident, Rhyme is approached by Detective Paulie Sellitto (Ed O'Neill) to help in the investigation of a murder...
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Years after his accident, Rhyme is approached by Detective Paulie Sellitto (Ed O'Neill) to help in the investigation of a murder. Someone has abducted a man and woman from the airport, leaving the man buried in a train yard. Only the man's hand is above ground, with his wife's ring on his flayed finger...
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