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Small Town Conspiracy (2003)

Florida City (original title)
When a young Japanese woman is found murdered outside a small Florida town in December of 1941, hard-drinking police chief John Haleran sets out to unravel the mystery. A trail of cryptic ... See full summary »

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John Haleran
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Donna Jo
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Taylor
James Bates Jr. ...
Andy Creed
Patrick Cherry ...
Tector
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Doc DeLibo
Talia Osteen ...
Sarah
Patrick Holland ...
James Wilson
Tom Schuster ...
One-eyed Man (as Thomas Schuster)
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Tortuga Jack
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Bob Bass ...
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Amanda Best ...
Beauty Queen
Grady Allen Bishop ...
Paul Sinclair
Ron Bisson ...
Charlie
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When a young Japanese woman is found murdered outside a small Florida town in December of 1941, hard-drinking police chief John Haleran sets out to unravel the mystery. A trail of cryptic clues leads him to a nearby U.S. military base, where he learns that what appears to be a simple homicide is actually far more ominous. In fierce pursuit of the truth and unwittingly putting the lives of his loved ones on the line, Haleran soon uncovers a shocking government conspiracy...one that will forever change the course of American history. Based on an enigmatic true story of events leading to the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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In Pearl Harbor, no one saw it coming. In Florida City, one man did.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | War

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12 April 2003 (USA)  »

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$750,000 (estimated)
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Great Plot Line... Too Bad script wasn't
9 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie at the Daytona Beach Film Festival and I must say it was not a pleasant experience due to the quality of the projection and sound system. Nonetheless, the film needed quite a bit more work on its editing and script writing. I understand the Producers and Director had a very limited budget, but more effort could have been put into bringing this film to a conclusion. The ending seemed way overacted and not very suspenseful. Except for W. Morgan Sheppard, the acting was not much better either. Keep trying Mr. Clemente. You can use this film as a base towards improving on your next.


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