Unrated | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
A crafty serial killer plays a game of cat-and-mouse with a harried police detective trying to track him down.
At the end, the dying killer calls out two expressions. He says, "Oh sweet Jesus save me" and, "Oh my beloved savior please save me." In the book, "Purgatory: Explained by the Lives and Legends of the Saints" which was written in the late 19th century by the French Jesuit priest, F.X. Schouppe, it explains that a person can call out short prayers similar to these to either avoid hell, or shorten his time in purgatory.
I am sickened at heart when my own son goes looking at dead women's naked bodies. I tell you Morris, it is no way to treat a lady.
When the cops are racing to Mr. Gill's theater they pass the same marquee (for "The Born Losers") twice.