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Deep Secrets (1996)

| Thriller, Crime, Drama | TV Movie
Gripping drama about an undercover police officer who infiltrates the Manchester underworld to investigate a brutal murder, and his method of getting to know what's happening is to seduce ... See full summary »

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Detective Charlie Nolan
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Lara
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Fran
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Honey
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Caine
Guy-Pierre Mineur ...
Swaine
Matt Bardock ...
Martin Flynn
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Jamilla
Joseph Groves ...
Josh
David Norman ...
Shaven Hair
Anni Domingo ...
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Ian Ralph ...
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Shaun McGowan ...
Punter
Simon Westwood ...
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Gripping drama about an undercover police officer who infiltrates the Manchester underworld to investigate a brutal murder, and his method of getting to know what's happening is to seduce the gang leader's sexy wife Written by Jonathan Broxton <j.w.broxton@sheffield.ac.uk>

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Referenced in TFI Friday: Episode #1.6 (1996) See more »

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Very disappointing
23 November 1998 | by See all my reviews

I expected much of this movie, given the title, the genre, someone from "Prime Suspect", and Amanda Donahoe. The title lived up to its name,the "secrets" being that of undercover police officers, but it failed to thrill me, it all being very predictable, with little tension, sexual or otherwise, as the summary would leave one to believe. This film, for me, was as silly as yer usual mediocre B-flick with the,mostly unpleasant characters,cops and villains,and spear-carriers, alike having highly questionable motives, and attitudes...it's never clear why they enter into the various relationships, liaisons, and betrayals that they do. I remember Salmon as the only wooden character from the "Prime Suspect" series, and this direction hasn't brought out any innate talent, either. That same director, to my mind tried too hard to make this a tough movie, and made a hash, as well as trash of it.As for one of my favourites, Donahoe,she has played parts more worthy of her talent, and will, I'm sure, again. Summed up, folks, don't bother with this one, you've seen it all done before, only much, much better.


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