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I'm looking for movie where, I think, serial killer, who first makes love with his victims and then he brutally kills them. I think he use pieces of their body to make some puzzle, or something like vitruvian man. The movie was on TV, 10 years ago. Can someone help me?

i think none od this movies that you mentioned, isn't that what im looking for.. im not 100 percent sure but i think that killer, with pieces of his victims, makes a pentagram and in the end is somthing like this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg

hmmm, but in the end, as I remember, the meaning has a connection with picture of vitruvian man.. yes, the movie was on TV, but after midnight :D

no, it isnt ressurection :/

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Are you sure this is a movie and not a TV show? –  iandotkelly Nov 20 '13 at 3:05
Can you supply any other details. I a very sure that I have seen this but I am stuck thinking "The Bone Collector (1999)" which is not really sexual in nature... ANY OTHER CLUES... –  Understood Nov 20 '13 at 5:23
Anamorph also falls into this category. Although I am not sure if he makes a puzzle out of the body parts or not. –  Salihdeen Nov 20 '13 at 7:28
Bone collector was the first movie that came to my mind as well, but he didn't have sex with the victims, they were not all women, and he didn't really collect full body parts, just little pieces. –  JohnP Nov 20 '13 at 16:41
As you call it a "gorefest" below, was it a western movie? Or possibly something from Japan? –  Mario Nov 21 '13 at 10:19

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Is it Pieces (1982) aka Mil gritos tiene la noche? From the Wikipedia summary it is clear that the killer makes a puzzle of nude women's bodies after killing them. I didn't watch this film but the description is matching.

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I won't downvote this, as I also came across Pieces, but there is no sex involved, and doubtful that it would be on TV in any recognizable form, as it was pretty much a gorefest B movie. –  JohnP Nov 20 '13 at 16:37

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