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[Fantastic Fest Review] ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’ Proves Brian Cox is Still One of the Best in the Business

It’s just another day at the morgue when an unidentified body rolls in. Father/son mortician team Austin (Emile Hirsch) and Tony (Brian Cox) Tilden have seen their fair share of strange subjects over the years, and no matter how misleading the clues presented proved to be, they always dug in, cracked the rib cage, and […]
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