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Guilt by Association (2002)

Life is good for Susan, her two children and new boyfriend Russell. But life abruptly changes when she discovers her perfect boyfriend is a drug dealer. Realising the danger this could ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Susan Walker
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Angie
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Russell
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Roxanne
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Marguerite (prison chaplain)
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Teenage Hannah
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Teenage Max
Mallory Margel ...
Young Hannah
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Young Max
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Ramona
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June (as Brandi Marie Ward)
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Shirley
Kathryn Haggis ...
Greta
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Old Lucy
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Life is good for Susan, her two children and new boyfriend Russell. But life abruptly changes when she discovers her perfect boyfriend is a drug dealer. Realising the danger this could bring to her family she tells him to leave. Suddenly her house is raided and Susan is arrested as a co-conspirator in Russell's drug business. Her situation goes from bad to worse when she finds herself behind bars with violent criminals. How will she ever prove her innocence when the system seems against her? Guilt By Association is a disturbing story based on true events. Written by Ørnås

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He Did The Crime ... She Did The Time

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Drama | Thriller

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13 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Coupable par amour  »

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CAD 4,100,000 (estimated)
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Great movie
24 February 2007 | by (Connecticut, USA) – See all my reviews

This was a good movie, I agree with the last poster. However, that last poster was making a lot of sense until their last sentence where they criticized the star of the movie in not being very pretty and being pushy. Huh? What has that to do with anything? It totally turned that intelligent review of the movie into a base adolescent review. In real life, we are not all pretty, handsome or meek and mild. Movies don't always feature beautiful people. I find it shallow of one to remark on the looks of the star in this movie. She gave a great performance. To top it off, do you know what the "real" person in this story looks like? She could be even uglier than your perception of the lead character in this movie. I fail to see the relevance in the actress's looks. Besides, she is not ugly. Ugly is more related to character than physical appearance. I believe "ugly" people are people who are evil. This actress is not ugly.


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