Three Blind Mice (2003 film)

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Three Blind Mice
Directed by Mathias Ledoux
Starring Edward Furlong
Emilia Fox
Release date
  • 21 June 2003 (2003-06-21)(MFF)
Running time
1h 33min
United Kingdom

Three Blind Mice is a 2003 British / French crime film directed by Mathias Ledoux and starring Edward Furlong and Emilia Fox. [1]



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  1. "Three Blind Mice". British Council . Retrieved 2018-03-11.