"Beauty was the cheap accolade that newsmen rewarded automatically to female victims of murder."
Hot shot reporter ADAM JORDAN gets canned when he tries to fudge a news story, and the only gig he can land is for the bottom-feeding New York tabloid Real Detective, where they send him to cover the apparent murder -- with fetishistic undertones -- of a beauty pageant contestant found strangled on an Atlantic City beach.
Koenig nails the 1950s Jersey Shore, and the juicy dialogue is straight outta Pulpville in False Negative (2012), his one appearance to date.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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