THE KILLING is a movie co-written and directed by Stanley Kubrick in 1957. Dialogs written by Jim Thompson.
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San Francisco. Sterling Hayden has just gone out of prison and is already planning to rob US$ 2,000,000.- from the local racetrack. Everything seems under control as Hayden and his associates carefully organize the attack. But Elisha Cook's wife, Marie Windsor, learns by her naive husband that he's on the verge of becoming extremely rich and gives the information to her no-good boy-friend who will begin to observe the group's movements.
A very good thriller from Stanley Kubrick with the well-known scene of the killing of the horse during the race.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler