A Europol agent on the hunt for a serial killer gets some unexpected help from the prime suspect's temperamental twin brother in this thriller starring Timothy Hutton. They call him Pygmalion; he's a ruthless killer who catches his female victims off guard, murders them, and positions them in elaborate poses in a morbid attempt to show off his murderous handiwork. When another body turns up in Barcelona, Agent Tom Brindle (Hutton) is called in to crack the case. At first Agent Brindle suspects that a soldier named Marco Soler (Miguel Ángel Silvestre) is responsible for the killing spree. Then he learns that Marco has an estranged twin brother. Now, with Marco's help, Agent Brindle works to create a psychological profile of the killer. Meanwhile, Pygmalion discovers evidence of the twin he never knew about, and begins stalking the team in a malevolent bid to avoid getting caught. The body count rising, Marco realizes that he will have to put his own life on the line in order to stop the senseless slaughter. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I loved it. Especially Tim Hutton. The new guy, at least in America, Italian, I think, Franco? Anyway, I was really impressed with his acting. I love thriller movies and this was an unexpected delight.