Life is what happens when you are making other plans~ John Lennon
An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind~Gandhi
The time is always right to do what is right~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013


-Will Graham is a former FBI agent who retired to Florida with his family. He was a 'profiler', a person who analyzes behavioral traits and actions to examine what they think when he visits crime scenes. One day, he is called out of his retirement by his former boss Jack Crawford to investigate a serial killer known only as 'The Tooth Fairy'.

-This serial killer preys on families and kills them during nights of the full moon and leaves bite marks on them. To get an idea what to look for, Will consults with Dr. Lecter, a charming yet dangerous serial killer that Will captured years earlier tha almost cost him his life. Elsewhere, a photographer named Francis Dollarhyde, the killer Will is looking for, begins a relationship with a blind woman who is unaware of his double life

-William Petersen: Will Graham
-Kim Greist: Molly Graham
-Joan Allen: Reba McClane
-Brian Cox: Dr. Hannibal Lecter
-Dennis Farina: Jack Crawford
-Tom Noonan: Francis Dollarhyde
-Stephen Lang: Freddy Lounds
-David Seaman: Kevin Graham
-Benjamin Hendrickson: Dr. Frederick Chilton
-Michele Shay: Beverly Katz

Did You Know?
-The prison where Dr. Hannibal Lecter is being held is the High Museum of Art in Atlanta
-During the filming of this movie, Anthony Hopkins was playing King Lear at the National Theatre and during the filming of Silence of the Lambs, Brian Cox was playing King Lear at the National Theatre
-Tom Noonan, who played Francis Dollarhyde, spent hours in makeup, getting fake tattoos put on his back and torso, which were modeled after William Blake's "Great Red Dragon" paintings

-Brian Cox said that he based his portrayal of Hannibal Lecter on the Scottish serial killer Peter Manuel
-Michael Mann's direction of Brian Cox playing Hannibal was to play him like a British public schoolboy and he did so by basing his performance on his 15 year old son, who was attending public school at the time

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