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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Stephen Carrow
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Jenny Moran
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Matt Moran
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Amanda Patterson
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Nora Runkle
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Det. Ed Rafferty
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Alison Carrow
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Rev. Joseph Masters
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Les Moran
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Missy Carrow
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Elly Moran
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Aaron Patmore (as Chris Bondy)
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Mae Moran
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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.

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Crime | Drama

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10 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Bűnös viszony  »

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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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Soap Opera with some bad casting
6 October 2004 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This 2002 mini series was shown tonight and I wanted to watch because I like the work of Treat Williams. It was directed fairly well by Marcus Cole and written by JB White ("The Beast") and Steven Siegel ("K-9" series). I found the mistake was in the casting of Marcia Gay Harden as "the other woman". First of all she's totally unattractive as to woo the likes of Mr. Williams, who remains one of today's hunks. Someone should have cut those bangs. She looked like Morticia from The Adams Family. And to top that she walks around with one expression on her face. For Treat to reject Jennifer Dale, his lovely wife, for the likes of the plain jane looks of Harden was hard to swallow.

If you put aside Harden's performance, which is hard to do, as she monopolizes most of the film, with close-ups, mind you. Gary Bassaraba was very good as the husband of Harden and you wanted to tell him to tell her to "get lost". He keeps forgiving her. Why? She was cheating on him. Then she walks out on him. And we're supposed to have sympathy for her? Please.

Add that talented lady, Olympia Dukakis as Harden's mother, John Bourgeous, the Reverend who kicks Harden out of the church (don't blame him) and Lawrence Dane, another fine actor, wasted in this flick.

All in all, a boring film saved by the presence of Williams, Dukakis, Dale and Basaraba.


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