Haute tension

Frontière du crime (14 Apr. 1990)

TV Episode  |  PG-13  |   |  Thriller
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Paul Flemming
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Amy
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Raymond Ravennes
Anne Létourneau ...
Lydia
Jacques Godin ...
Wayne
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Swinton
Norris Domingue ...
Hank
Lorne Brass ...
Jim the Mechanic
Michael Rudder ...
Jack
Ken Roberts ...
Mr. Crawley
Shimon Aveil ...
Mr. Kursk
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Cagelet ...
Smite
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Swinton's Friend
Gayle Garfinkle ...
Mrs. Crawley
Terry Haig ...
University Professor
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Mancuso's worth the trip
12 October 2004 | by (US) – See all my reviews

Nick Mancuso gives us another flawed, not-quite-good-guy to watch, and as always, he's compelling. But you have to take his performance separately from the rest of the movie, of course, lest you fall into some of the plot holes and injure yourself. Some of it is almost too understated, such as the attraction that springs up between Mancuso and "farm girl" Leah Pinsett, since most of it seems to happen off screen. There are some clunkers, too, like the ending, which leaves you saying "but... what about... wait! you can't end it HERE!", and even a scene near the beginning where one minute they're in deep snow and the next in snow less greenery, and it's so dramatic a difference that one character actually throws out a rather "um, we don't get as much snow up here" line to excuse it. But Patrick Bauchau makes a rather elegant villain, and you know, it's only a movie, so I could be over thinking the whole thing.


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