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Recently i've watched the movie named Mr.Brooks. It was a wonderful movie with lots of twists and it certainly has its fair share of suspense and violence.

But i don't understand, Why does Mr.Brooks call Atwood after killing Mr.Smith?

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Because he wants to know why she became a police officer given that she is very rich, could have gone into her father's business, or just lived the high life.

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.@Evan,Thanks Evan.Even if you think so,What is the necessary to use Mr.Smith's name in that conversation? – Vijin Paulraj Feb 10 '12 at 15:03
He never said who he was. Atwood asked if he was "Mr Baffort" but he never really acknowledged that. The closest he got was saying "I have a little cold" when she said "It doesn't sound like you." It was all cat and mouse between them, getting what they wanted to know. – Evan Feb 11 '12 at 23:48

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