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
Country France
United Kingdom
Language English

Three Blind Mice is a 2003 British / French crime film directed by Mathias Ledoux. [1]

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Edward Furlong American actor

Edward Walter Furlong is an American actor. Furlong won Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his breakthrough performance as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). The following year he gave an Independent Spirit Award-nominated turn opposite Jeff Bridges in American Heart, and earned a second Saturn Award nomination for his work in Pet Sematary Two. He won a Young Artist Award for his performance alongside Kathy Bates in A Home of Our Own (1993), and shared a further ensemble nomination with the cast of the film.

Emilia Fox UK actress

Emilia Rose Elizabeth Fox is an English actress whose film debut was in Roman Polanski's film The Pianist. Her other notable films include the Italian–French–British romance-drama film The Soul Keeper (2002), for which she won the Flaiano Film Award for Best Actress; the drama film The Republic of Love (2003); the comedy-drama film Things to Do Before You're 30 (2005); the black comedy Keeping Mum (2005); the romantic comedy-drama film Cashback (2006); the drama Flashbacks of a Fool (2008); the drama film Ways to live Forever (2010); the drama-thriller A Thousand Kisses Deep (2011); and the fantasy-horror drama film Dorian Gray (2009).

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