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    For Brad Pitt's latest, Killing Them Softly (aka Cogan's Trade) Release date: 21 Sept 12 (US) Director: Andrew Dominik Starring: Brad Pitt, Ray Liotta, Richard Jenkins, James Gandolfini

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    Killing Them Softly Poster #BradPitt #Cannes

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    First poster for Killing Them Softly, with Brad Pitt. Simple and minimalistic, so refreshing in a sea of forgettable film posters.

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    Killing thems softly - 2012 - Movie Poster

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