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'Red Lights': Thriller Tracks Vacation Gone Awry

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'Red Lights': Thriller Tracks Vacation Gone Awry

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'Red Lights': Thriller Tracks Vacation Gone Awry

'Red Lights': Thriller Tracks Vacation Gone Awry

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Red Lights, the new film from French director Cedric Kahn, is a taut, atmospheric thriller about a husband and wife who think they're going on vacation but are actually about to descend into a chaotic abyss. Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan has a review.

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