Halifax f.p.: Season 1, Episode 10

Déjà Vu (19 Oct. 1997)

TV Episode  |  PG-13  |   |  Crime
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Viney / Richard Viney
Ross Williams ...
Abe Levin
Travis McMahon ...
Matthew Viney
Phillip Holder ...
Robert Dessau (as Philip Holder)
Dee Smart ...
Fiona Calwell
Louise Siversen ...
Linda Quinn
Lewis Fiander ...
Oliver Crowley
Fred Whitlock ...
Sam Perrin
Lance Anderson ...
Mr. Newman
Alison Richards ...
Mrs. Newman
Rainey Carah ...
Pru Viney
Roy Edmunds ...
Cam Viney
Suzie Dee ...
Neighbour (as Susie Dee)
Nick Carrafa ...
Homicide Detective #1


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Glossy and twisty TV movie ...
30 December 2001 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

... in a straightforward style with Guy Pearce in a very interesting part. The movie is flat and mostly good for mindless watching, like other episodes in this 'series', although it is one of the better ones. Déjà vu tries to be a police-movie and a soap at the same time, without being really subtle and therefore confirms its TV-character. Now that Memento and LA Confidential are big hits it's easy to say that Pearce in this movie shows he (as an actor) is able to carry better productions. Déjà vu is not worthy of a second viewing, but the first is kind of recommended (knew I was going to say that, didn't ya?) because of the curiosity that it somehow keeps on generating while you're watching. 6/10

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