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Why The Girl On The Train Director Doesn’t Really Mind People Figuring Out The Mystery Early

Making a film adaptation of a popular mystery novel is tricky business. One of the most entertaining elements of the genre is the big "whodunit" reveal -- but the fact that so many people read the book before the movie was made means that there is already a big section of the audience that...
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