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I actually enjoy mad for TV movies of this type, but even I admit some are better than others. This was among the better ones I have seen.
The story was engaging and well told, the acting wasn't bad, it had some good plot twists, and the solution to the "crime" was a complete surprise! It managed to keep you guessing about what had happened till the very end.
Because the main point of the movie wasn't the abuse that Michelle Greene's character suffered, but more what she did about it, it wasn't sickeningly violent, at least not after the first 15 minutes or so.
Not a bad way to spend a couple of hours.
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