Based on the true story of openly gay college student Matthew Shepard killed in an act of a hate crime by senseless violence and such cruelty that attracted global attention.Matthew's tragic death back in 1998 soon has changed the whole world forever.
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NO SPOILERS HERE! I watched this film because it stars two of the most underrated actor/actresses in the business. David Morse and Marg Helgenberger are both in this film. I really like both of them and wish they'd hit the big time! The basic story is that a man, played by Morse, blames a talk show host, played by Helgenberger, for his daughter's death. I can't help but recall the Jenny Jones talk show incident of a few years ago and wonder how much of an influence it was on this story. Anyhow, Morse's character takes Helgenberger's character, along with the studio audience and the entire production crew, as hostages to extract his revenge. The acting is pretty good across the board and the story is written well enough to keep the viewer's interest. The story is told from both sides of the issue, with the Police one step behind Morse and gaining fast. Will they save the Damsel in Distress? Sorry, as I said, NO SPOILERS!
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