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The Unspeakable (1997)

When Alice Redmond is required to go deep undercover in an effort to trap number one suspect Darren Metlick, she gets very close to the edge. Her superiors push her past the point of no ... See full summary »

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Matthew Grissom
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Alice Redmond
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Darren Metlick
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Don Holroyd
Laurie Schwartz ...
Morning Female Jogger
Elizabeth Costello ...
Mary Dumaski
Crofton Hardester ...
Chief Larry Manly
Conor Nolan ...
Fritz Castell
Maria Tecce ...
Janet Belski
Lisa O'Reilly ...
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Marie Stafford ...
Mrs. Lett
Muireann Kelly ...
Susie West
Carol Hunt ...
Elizabeth Olsen
Gary Cooke ...
Fuzelli
Carla Horan ...
Late Night Female Jogger
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When Alice Redmond is required to go deep undercover in an effort to trap number one suspect Darren Metlick, she gets very close to the edge. Her superiors push her past the point of no return because they need additional evidence to make their case air tight. Alice is having an affair with a fellow officer Don Holroyd and his sexual appetite closely resembles that of the hacker, so she has some experience in the dark side. Written by Richard Jones <rjo339@swbell.net>

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Sometimes your greatest fear is your deepest desire.

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David Chokachi's first film. See more »

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When the body of the second victim is autopsied, the corpse can clearly be seen breathing rapidly. See more »

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Darren Metlick: What I write to women is nobody's business but mine.
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Some surprisingly good acting for such Deck
2 May 2005 | by (Houston) – See all my reviews

For the most part, the acting was surprisingly good, considering the material the actors had to work with. The lovely Athena Massey especially falls into this category. She played emotional moments pretty darn well, and the few times she didn't seem so good, she was having to say some really terrible lines. David Chokachi was okay. Sometimes it's hard to tell when someone's playing a weirdo. Cyril O'Reilly was the one who was really not very good. I know, he was playing a weirdo, too, but he did not pull it off. Carol Hunt was just fine in a small part, as was Maria Tecce. (I've never heard of any of these actors besides Massey.) There are probably better ways to spend 90 minutes than with this film.


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