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A Person of Interest 

Jane Halifax is asked to do a psychiatric evaluation on Ex-Police Officer Laurie Downes who has the habit of posing as an active Police Officer. As Jane tries to get to the truth behind ... See full summary »

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Laurie Downes
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Detective Murray
Doris Younane ...
Sara Gleeson ...
Suzanne Brennan
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Scott Brennan
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Dr. David King
Cristin Daniel ...
Alan Gale
Trudy Hellier ...
Police Prosecutor
Peter Barron ...
Eric Upton
Nathan King ...
Magistrate
Terry Kenwrick ...
Laurie's Barrister
Stephanie Daniel ...
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Det. Mick McGuiness
Laura Lattuada ...
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Jane Halifax is asked to do a psychiatric evaluation on Ex-Police Officer Laurie Downes who has the habit of posing as an active Police Officer. As Jane tries to get to the truth behind this man who doesn't seem to want to help his own case she has to deal with personal issues as well. Written by bb

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11 June 2000 (Australia)  »

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Dr. Frances Needham: We missed you at the gallery opening the other night.
Dr. Jane Halifax: Yeah, I had to wash my hair that night.
Dr. Frances Needham: Professor Stephens was asking after you.
Dr. Jane Halifax: Really? How's his wife and kids?
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James and Michael, you've done it again
7 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

James Caviezel, "Frequency" and reprise "Prisoner" and Michael Emerson "Lost" both take a bow in this new original t.v. series, showing us what can be when putting a BIG BOTHER digital maker and ex special forces characters combined, to combat relevant people of interest who might become statistics.

James is well portrayed in guerrilla combat techniques the scenes showing, that marvel of letting himself LOOK vulnerable to opposition the combative does best.

Michael uses the system genius adding potential scenarios to storyline James character strives to counter before untimely demise.

Producers of this series, as any well done series keeps well done, calibrate scripts toward what you appear to be evolving to NOT let network execs find reason to Ax this. CARRY ON!


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