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An Australian thriller set in Sydney with a bunch of intrigue as a smart lawyeress finds herself lacking a lover (after he is gunned down) and a million dollars from a trust fund, and gaining a suspect bodyguard. Written by
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This is quite a good movie.The plot was realistic and the acting was up to standard from a professional cast.It was probably made with next years Olympics in mind,as the location is Sydney which shows that City as a beautiful place to be in (not quite true). I would have given this 6/10,but have added an extra point as the star of the movie..Amanda Douge is gorgeous.Well worth a viewing.
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