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Lock Picking

Germany, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Fiction)

Director: Scott Kirby

"Don't look back, never, that's the secret". A young woman explores her latest interests— lock picking and cat burglary—with the help of a new friend, a male escape artist. Their relationship tests the patience of her boyfriend as she seeks to perfect her talents.

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