Quiet and unassuming church organist Jenny Moran is depressed with her marriage to working-class Matt and leaves him. Jenny begins an affair with the manipulative and charming Dr. Stephen ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Stephen Carrow
Jenny Moran
Matt Moran
Amanda Patterson
Rebecca Jenkins ...
Nora Runkle
Det. Ed Rafferty
Alison Carrow
Rev. Joseph Masters
Les Moran
Missy Carrow
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Allison ...
Ted Quiller
Stewart Bick ...
Elly Moran
Christopher Bondy ...
Aaron Patmore (as Chris Bondy)
Mae Moran


Quiet and unassuming church organist Jenny Moran is depressed with her marriage to working-class Matt and leaves him. Jenny begins an affair with the manipulative and charming Dr. Stephen Carrow, who is also deacon of her church and a married man. Someone kills Carrow's wife after she learns of the affair between Jenny and her husband. The murderer is caught and confesses, but that confession leads to new lies which tear apart Jenny Moran's life. Written by Anonymous

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A respected doctor. A woman of faith. Their secret affair led to... murder.


Crime | Drama





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10 February 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bűnös viszony  »

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1.33 : 1
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Film's narrative is based on the 1990 murder of Marilyn Reza by her husband, Dr. Rob Reza in Bayport, NY; his affair with church organist Kathy Senese was suggested as the murder's pretext (though Reza hadn't confirmed it as part of his motive; Reza died in prison in August of 2012). See more »

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Very "average" presentation
25 February 2007 | by (Tulsa OK) – See all my reviews

In feeling this film to be "average," I mean it is exactly that -- not great, but good enough to be interesting, and with two attractive leads in Williams and Harden, who probably deserve a higher standing in film than they've been accorded.

Treat Williams has become masterful in portraying the type of "horse's ass" character here (Stephen) - smarmy, manipulative, cold, and (of course) murderous as well.

He played this same type, although in entirely different characterizations, as the Irish thug in "The Devil's Own," and the devious colonel in "Mulholland Falls." An excellent actor, he has also portrayed his share of good guys and strong/tough characters as well.

His character in this film was so thoroughly devious, at every turn, with everyone (including his children), in every way, and at all times, that it was impossible not to feel as much fascination as dislike for him.

Harden's husband was likable and sympathetic, even if a bit oafish "around the edges." And while the Harden's character's (Jenny) dilemmas, for which she couldn't claim an absence of responsibility, warranted her laconic demeanor to a point -- perhaps if she had displayed a bit more energy and thought (both before and after the tragedy and Williams' subsequent chicanery) her marriage problems, and the subsequent added problems which beset her, might have been avoided to a major extent. (Towards the end of the flick, during Christmas holidays, she wandered around in a trance-like manner, seeming naíve about what was going on. In this portion of the story, I found her "creepy," even more than Williams' - no mean feat.) Also, at about this time, every character in the presentation seemed as if the water supply of the community had been laced with massive quantities of Xanax, Valium, or perhaps both.

Finally, I wonder??? Are there ever ANY of these TV flicks of this genre which AREN'T made these days in Canada, or (occasionally) in Seattle?

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