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'The Girl on the Train' stays true to the novel with the use of sex as a weapon and medication

“The Girl on the Train” is an adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ runaway smash novel, which debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times’ bestseller list in February 2015 and stayed there for 13 consecutive weeks. Yet even before the book was first released, the film adaptation was already barreling forward....
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