Charles Lattimore, an author of a book about a famous murder trial, meets up with his ex wife Laura, at her college, where he is due to give a series of lectures, on how to write a ...
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Charles Lattimore, an author of a book about a famous murder trial, meets up with his ex wife Laura, at her college, where he is due to give a series of lectures, on how to write a successful novel. When one of his students, asks to meet him later that night, to discuss the course, and is found murdered. Lattimore has no alibi, and he begins to suspect, that the subject of his book, has arranged the killing, to get back at him, for the evidence, Lattimore gave during the trial. Written by
In a class scene, Pierce Brosnan's character writes the word "motive" on the blackboard. He writes the word across the entirety of the blackboard, using one continuous motion to write the letter "o" and underlining it four times. Later in the same scene, the word only encompasses a smaller portion of the board, and it is clear that the letter "o" was written using two separate motions, and the fourth underline is much longer. See more »
I purchased this title with some apprehension; TV movies are not high on my 'Must See' list. I must admit that I was pleasantly surprised after viewing this little-known gem! It has a little bit of everything: plot twists, suspense, action, sex, and a roughly bearded Brosnan (for Brosnan fans)!
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