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Slow Burn 2005 movie with Ray Liotta - full explation in text form - need an exact webpage

I know that this is kind of an unorthidox question for this site, but I thought I'd give it a shot:

I am looking for a full explanation (in written form (not video) and need an exact link for the full description of a movie called "Slow Burn" (2005 staring Ray Liotta).  I watched the movie on cable and it is very complicated and I don't understand it.  I need a link that lists the movie's complete explanation from BEGINNING to END.  I have tried using the Google Advanced Search, but am not finding exactly what I am looking for.  I do not want to go back and forth and get an explanation of the movie typed out on Expert's Exchage.  I want a link to a webpage.

I only watched the movie once and it is still on the DVR and I can't remember having watched a movie this complicated in a long time.

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by:Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information Systems
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I have already looked at thse links and they do not give a full description from BEGINNING to END.
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