Psychodrama - rock against birth

When two sisters are reported missing on the anniversary of their mother's  disappearance , the BAU is tasked with profiling their father, well-known writer  Bruce Morrison , as a possible suspect.

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The BAU heads to Austin to investigate victims found there with their watches set inaccurately, a clue which may help them find the killer . Meanwhile, the unsub stalking the BAU inches closer in his pursuit of the team.

The album recorded in 1967 by the Charlatans , The Charlatans (? 1966/? 1967 - ? 1977), was not released for ten years, but the songs came out as a series of limited-edition singles in late 1966 and early 1967.

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It’s one of the most indelible images of the 1960s: Dustin Hoffman, the first time that most moviegoers had ever seen him, heading through the Los Angeles airport, a gaze of powerfully morose blankness on his face as Simon & Garfunkel’s rapturous ode to despair floods the soundtrack. By the time the opening credits of “The Graduate” are over, we already know, just as a result of that song, more about what’s haunting Hoffman’s Ben than almost anything else in the movie will tell us. And when the song returns at the end, after Ben has “won the girl,” what it shows you is that in our alienated new youth culture, you can run, but you can’t hide, from the sound of silence.

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