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What is it with one-way mirrors that makes people all pervy and gross? Is it the voyeuristic aspect? Is it the thrill of knowing that you get to watch without being caught? I’m not too sure but it seems like Nicolas Cage is having that same kinda dilemma in Looking Glass, which released a trailer that can be seen (consensually) below.

In the film, Cage plays an electrician who decides to buy and operate a motel with his wife, played by Robin Tunney. When a series of murders take place and are connected to guests of the motel, Cage finds himself caught in the middle of a police investigation and a neighborhood that seems to have a serious issue with his presence. Oh, and there’s a secret passage that leads to a hidden room where there’s a one-way mirror. That’s a thing.

Synopsis:
Ray (Cage) must save his wife and himself from a gruesome secret connected to a motel and the strange people who visit there.

Looking Glass comes to theaters, On Demand, and Digital HD on February 16.

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