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Question of Privilege (1999)

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A defense attorney wife and her prosecutor husband square off in court over a murder case in which four young boys are accused.

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Myles Ferguson ...
Ian Aldrige
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Joel Aldridge
Andrew Misle ...
Drake Malton
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Matthew Freeman (as Christopher Lee Fassbinder)
Victoria Rutwind ...
Mary Wells
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Andrea Roberts
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Carter Roberts
Jessica Harvey ...
Sarah Roberts
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Lt. Robert Ingram
Paul Punyi ...
Mr. Wells
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Tate Aldridge
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Gail Sterling
David McNally ...
Kyle Reeves
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Steven Healy
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Owen Kerr
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A defense attorney wife and her prosecutor husband square off in court over a murder case in which four young boys are accused.

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All the money in the world won't help you when your time is up.


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16 April 1999 (Italy)  »

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The gun used at the end of the movie is not a real gun. If you look at the end of the barrel, it is clear it is either a squirt gun or a replica with a plugged barrel. See more »

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Abysmal
1 October 2000 | by (Bracebridge Ont) – See all my reviews

It used to be that either a bottle of Canadian wine or a Canadian film sent people scurrying. The wines have improved. The films have not. This is an absurd plot with high school level acting, incompetent production and threadbare sets. Better we do no films than grind out embarassments like this. I was generous with a 2 vote. I regret not giving it a 1. However l is described as "awful." This film demands a stronger word.


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