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I saw this movie back in 2006. It could have been released before that date. I think it is a British movie (not Hollywood). Colored.

The one scene I remember is a lady (prostitute) walking out of the hotel lobby heading to the exit. She talks to the staff to tell him something like:

There is something wrong with the toilet in room #XYZ

I am not sure if she mentions a room number or not, but in case she did, I can't remember the number. I used XYZ as an example.

The staff asks here something about her identity or why she was there and she answers something like:

I am not supposed to exist

Then the guy goes to the room and finds the toilet blocked by a human organ (maybe a heart, or kidney).

Later in the movie, we learn that the room was used as an operation room to remove organs from a man, who later is shown very sick. I am not sure if he dies or not.

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    If you're heart had been flushed down the toilet, you'd be more than "very sick"... – IMSoP Oct 18 '16 at 12:22
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    The "very sick" guy was suffering from a butcher-operation and was missing one of his kidneys. The heart belonged to another victim that we don't see or know about in the movie. @IMSoP – Ahmad Oct 20 '16 at 4:34
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It's Dirty Pretty Things:

Dirty Pretty Things is a 2002 British drama film directed by Stephen Frears and written by Steven Knight, a drama about two immigrants in London.

Okwe is an illegal Nigerian immigrant to the United Kingdom who drives a cab in London during the day and works at the front desk of a hotel at night.

A prostitute known as Juliette, who plies her trade in the hotel, informs Okwe about a blocked toilet in one of the hotel rooms. He fishes out the blockage and finds a human heart. The manager of the hotel, Juan, runs an illegal operation at the hotel wherein immigrants swap kidneys for forged passports. After learning of Okwe's past as a doctor, Juan pressures him to join his operation as a surgeon, but Okwe refuses.

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