The Spanish Prisoner

The Spanish Prisoner

I love David Mamet but I was shocked by how great Steve Martin is as a dramatic actor. If you like complicated and though-provoking puzzle-like films 'The Spanish Prisoner' is highly, highly recommended. Very intriguing and absorbing 'The Spanish Prisoner' is a must see.

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