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Anthony Hopkins, Julianne Moore, Francesca Neri, Gary Oldman View All


Ridley Scott (Director), David Mamet (Screenplay), Steven Zaillian (Screenplay) View All

Release: Feb. 8th, 2001
Runtime: 2 hours, 11 minutes
After having successfully eluded the authorities for years, Hannibal peacefully lives in Italy in disguise as an art scholar. Trouble strikes again when he's discovered leaving a deserving few dead in the process. He returns to America to make contact with now disgraced Agent Clarice Starling, who is suffering the wrath of a malicious FBI rival as well as the media.
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