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Two Small Bodies
|Two Small Bodies|
|Directed by||Beth B|
|Produced by||Daniel Zuta|
|Written by||Beth B (screenplay)
Neal Bell (screenplay)
|Based on||Two Small Bodies
by Neal Bell
|Edited by||Andrea Feige
Castle Hill Productions (United States)
A hostess at a strip joint awakens to find her two children are missing. A police lieutenant suspects that she killed them and questions her for days.
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