The Name of the Rose (1986)
Who, in the name of God, is getting away with murder?
Genre : Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Runtime : 2H 10M
Director : Jean-Jacques Annaud
Writer : Andrew Birkin, Gérard Brach, Howard Franklin, Alain Godard
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