W Delta Z

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Overview

There is something horribly wrong with the bodies found in the dark city streets. Some are mutilated while others have the Price equation (wΔz = Cov (w,z) = βwzVz) carved into their flesh. Detective Eddie Argo and his new partner Helen Westcott unearth the meaning of the odd equation and realise each victim is being offered a gruesome choice: kill your loved ones, or be killed. Before long it becomes clear that the perpetrator has suffered a similar fate and is now coping by seeking a way to solve this philosophical dilemma.

  1. Clive Bradley

    Writer

  2. Tom Shankland

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Selma Blair

    Selma Blair

    Jean Lerner

  2. Melissa George

    Melissa George

    Helen Westcott

  3. Stellan Skarsgård

    Stellan Skarsgård

    Eddie Argo

  4. Sally Hawkins

    Sally Hawkins

    Elly Carpenter

  5. John Sharian

    John Sharian

    Jack Corelli

  6. Paul Kaye

    Paul Kaye

    Gelb

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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 44m

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  • May 19, 2007
    R, Theatrical

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Featured Review

A review by John Chard

6.0
By John Chard

Altruistic Nightmare!

Bodies have started turning up with W∆Z carved into their skin, cops Eddie Argo (Stellan Skarsgård) and Helen Westcott (Melissa George) investigate and find something truly disturbing is afoot.

It's cut from the same cloth as Saw, Seven and to a degree Hostel, in that it's torture pornish in narrative essence, and aesthetically grim with its neo-noir greens and browns. Tom Shankland's movie is undeniably bleak, but sift through the blood and the grime and you find there's an intelligent film at work, one that opens up an uncomfortable can of worms about human nature.... read the rest.

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