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Billie Calhoun
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Laney Devereaux
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A young Billie Calhoun is accused of killing her mother and sister in a house fire. she is taken to a juvenile detention center. When she reaches 18 she requests an early release, but it is denied. so she escapes to find the real killer of her mother and sister. Eventually she seeks the aid of a cop, Matt Samoni. Written by Anonymous

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Eight years ago Billie was accused of murder. But who really killed her mother?

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12 November 1995 (USA)  »

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4 June 2001 | by (Somewhere over the rainbow) – See all my reviews

Look, Her Hidden Truth was not hideously bad. It was, in essence, a sappy Lifetime movie, but I doubt that it was supposed to be anything more. Let's be honest, Lifetime movies have never been too concerned with long-term psyches, preferring to focus more on the trauma of a certain time period.

I watched this movie because a) it had Kellie Martin in it and she played one of my favorite ER characters and b) it had Reed Diamond in it (mmmm! Kellerman, *swoon*). I am not regretting my decision to watch it at all. It was well worth watching the scenes with Reed Diamond in the pool. It's one of those things that one watches as an alternative to a rainstorm, not as something you would expect to be a masterpiece of film making. You want something like that, watch To Kill a Mockingbird.

I honestly don't regret seeing it, and would see it again. (one only really gets to see Reed Diamond in re-runs of Homicide) My advice: take it as fun, I highly doubt that it was supposed to be much more.


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