The Iceman * Ariel Vromen (2012)

Biography of the ice-cold contract killer Richard Kuklinski who tries to combine his unusual occupation with being a good husband and father. Of course that is not easy in the milieu that he works in, so he frequently has to make up stories for his family and friends. When his occupational environment comes too close to his private life, Kuklinski tries to solve the situation his own way.
“The Iceman” is an alright thriller with good acting and a couple of famous faces. It does not really stand out though, but it is a descent film to watch some time when you have no better alternative.

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