Vincent's life is on hold until he finds his wife's killer. Alice, his neighbor, is convinced she can make him happy. She decides to invent a culprit, so that Vincent can find revenge and leave the past behind. But there is no ideal culprit and no perfect crime...
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A college student launches an investigation into his wealthy father's death when he suspects his mother and his uncle may have been involved. His suspicions seem cemented when the two announce their impending marriage only shortly after the death. The student's girl friend is also revealed to be increasingly unstable as the investigation progresses. Satch also is revealed to be deeply involved, but the connection has to be found. Written by
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This one's a real return to film noir. An updated version of Hamlet, with a positively unique spin on the now-cliched "Alas, poor Yorick" speech. Probably could've done without the "Pepto Bismol" scene, but aside from that it was a great story (of course) well told. Performances were terrific all around, but especially Jonathan Banks as "Satch."
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