Halifax f.p. (1994–2001)
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Afraid of the Dark 

When several people are brutally murdered at a service station, Jane Halifax lends her forensic psychiatric skills to the police investigation that immediately follows. As the case ... See full summary »

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Ray (as Shane Feeney-Connor)
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Eric Ringer
Susan Lyons ...
Helen de Castro
Catherine Wilkin ...
Marion Walters, Jane's Analyst
Barry Langrishe ...
Martin Ledger
Myles Collins ...
Detective Twomey
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Lauper
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Vassalo
Bryan Marshall ...
John Halifax, Jane's Father
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Young Jane
Stephen Whittaker ...
Tabloid Photographer
Tasos Petousis ...
Tony Martini
Emma Buckland ...
Mrs. Martini
Jake Notarfrancesco ...
Marco Martini
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When several people are brutally murdered at a service station, Jane Halifax lends her forensic psychiatric skills to the police investigation that immediately follows. As the case progresses, she establishes a strange rapport with Ray Harvey, a mechanic that is the principal witness to the killings, as they both struggle with internal demons involving the loss of loved ones. Meanwhile Senior Detective Eric Ringer starts to seek more from Jane than a professional relationship. In an ironic reversal of roles, Jane finds herself in counseling sessions with another psychiatrist, who probes Jane's lingering conflicts with her deceased father. Written by Brian Greenhalgh

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Crime

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6 September 1998 (Australia)  »

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[first lines]
John Halifax, Jane's Father: Now, pull it in against you. Not too tight. Lower your cheek. Come on Jane, it won't bite you. Look along the sights. Breathe in. And... squeeze.
[Jane's father is teaching her to shoot a rifle, she seems reluctant]
John Halifax, Jane's Father: Here, let me show you.
[He encircles her hands and pulls the trigger, she grimaces]
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dramatic and Hugh Jackman is gorgeous!
7 January 2001 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

i saw this movie because i am a huge fan of Hugh Jackman (Eric) and must say that though i do like detectivey stuff (x-files, etc) this was an ok tv movie, but very dramatic and a little too creepy for me. however Hugh Jackman was amazing as always. and of course seeing Hugh's butt was fun too as well as the very hot love scene.


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