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Hannibal Rising [2007 film] by Peter Webber

Hannibal Rising [2007 film]

by Peter Webber (Director)

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Li, Gongsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Ulliel, Gaspardsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed

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After young Hannibal is forced to watch his little sister, Mischa, being devoured by starving soldiers in his Lithuania homeland. Hannibal vows to avenge his sister's death by slaying those who committed not only war crimes against the Lecters, but also against other families during WW II. Hannibal's revenge plan includes his cannibalism to justify his insatiable appetite for human flesh. Hannibal excels in his medical school classes dissecting cadavers. Complications arise when Hannibal interacts with his sexy Aunt, Lady Murasaki. Murasaki educates him in the art of beheading and Hannibal learns to that his sword fetish is a manifestation of physical lust.… (more)

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