The story of serial killer Ted Bundy.
This drama traces the life of "charming" psychopath Ted Bundy, the serial killer who slaughtered women across the United States in the 1970s.
This biographical horror film begins in 1974, when Ted Bundy worked as a volunteer. The film follows his murderous trail.
Both handsome and charismatic, Ted Bundy, the most notorious serial sex killer in America, was virtually undetectable and changed the mass murderer profile forever.
Young Englishman Henderson Dores (Daniel Day-Lewis), yearning to give up his genteel British ways and be a bold and brash American, gets his chance when his New York firm sends him south to acquire a Renoir painting from Loomis Gage (Harry Dean Stanton), the eccentric head of an unusual family. Though engaged to Melissa (Laurie Metcalf), just before leaving, Dores meets Irene (Joan Cusack). Arriving in Luxora Beach, Georgia, Dores encounters Gage's far-out family (Glenne Headly, Will Patton, Maury Chaykin), and learns that the Renoir has been promised to Mr. Sereno (Kent Broadhurst). After a fouled-up weekend in Atlanta with both Melissa and Irene, everything comes together in a nightmarish climax: Henderson is pursued by Sereno, escapes the crazy Gage clan, and wins Irene, his true love.
Culture clash doesn't begin to describe this hilarious comedy about a refined British art expert, Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis, who is sent to a rural Georgia town to acquire a Renoir. Features performances by Harry Dean Stanton, Joan Cusack, Martha Plimpton, Spalding Gray and Laurie Metcalf.
A refined British art expert is sent to a rural Georgia town to acquire a Renoir.