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The Other Victim (1981)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  4 November 1981 (USA)
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After his wife is raped, a man struggles to find ways to express the anger and helplessness which the crime has instilled in him.

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Harry Langford
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Nancy Langford
James Blendick ...
Mack Fisher
Charles Hallahan ...
Jack Berger
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Tim McQuire
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Zemack's girl friend
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Nancy Burnett
John Crawford
Scott Doyle ...
Parishiner
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Mead
Sheila Larken ...
Dottie
Janet MacLachlan ...
Sgt. Debbins
Frank Parker
John Shepherd ...
Steve Langford
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After his wife is raped, a man struggles to find ways to express the anger and helplessness which the crime has instilled in him.

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4 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Das zweite Opfer  »

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Good TV movie
24 August 2008 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I watched this movie on television a time or two long ago and really thought it was very interesting. It shows the consequences of a rape from another point of view. In this case, the husband (William Devane) suffers from the raping of his wife (Jennifer O'Neil). It's a psychological drama with good performances. I remember a very tense scene in which Devane talks about the rape of his wife and starts to cry. That crying scene is amazing, the best I've ever seen. He starts telling the story and slowly the tears fall from his eyes and it's impossible to say that he's acting for it's too real. Don't miss it if it's on television.


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