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  • Finally he pleads with the gypsy man and explains his current marital situation, the gypsy man takes pity on him and shows him how to life the curse, but it comes as a price, he (Billy) must pass the curse onto someones else for him to be free of it

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      Thinner, directed by Tom Holland, a novel from legendary Stephen King is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for horror violence and gore, language and sexuality. The original release date was October 25, 1996 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Horror/Thriller

      and stars Robert John Burke as Billy Halleck, Joe Mantegna as Richie Ginelli, Michael Constantine as Tadzu Lempke and Kari Wuhrer as Gina Lempke.

      Laywer Billy Halleck is responsible for the vehicular death of a gypsy woman. Tadzu, the husband of the deceased gypsy woman puts a curse on the lawyer, this curse will make him thin as time passes until he dies from it.

      A creepy little movie from the strange and talented mind of novelist Stephen King.

      No matter what he does or tries to do, Billy can’t get the gypsy man to lift the curse. His countless threats ...


      • Thinner (1996)
      fall on deaf ears and so his torment continues as he is getting thinner, and thinner, and thinner with every passing day.

      Finally he pleads with the gypsy man and explains his current marital situation, the gypsy man takes pity on him and shows him how to life the curse,

      but it comes as a price, he (Billy) must pass the curse onto someones else for him to be free of it. And so he did, but, that too came back to bite him in the butt as someone dear to him fell victim to his plan.

      A great movie in many ways…excellent!




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Azriel says :

It was a wonderful idea right when you eat as much and never get fat? But then the problem comes when you keep losing the weight even if there is already nothing to lose. I’d say this movie has creeped me out and has even caused me to think gypsies are scary people (i watched this when i was too young)but then moved on from it and just keeping in mind that for every action you either get out of it unscathe or learn from it the hard way.

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