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The Pact (2002)

Grief and suspicion tear two families apart when the children they never really knew decide to form a suicide pact at the local fairgrounds.

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Melanie Gold
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Gus Harte
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Michael
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James
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Christopher Harte
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Jordan
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Detective Anne-Marie Marrone
Ryan Justin Allen ...
Chris Harte (10 Yrs)
Trevor Sims ...
Chris Harte (5 Yrs)
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Emily Gold (17 Yrs)
Emma Tima ...
Emily Gold (10 Yrs)
Alexis Leva ...
Emily Gold (5 Yrs)
Jackie Rosenbaum ...
Voice of Emily Gold (voice)
Mallarie Hayes ...
Katie Harte (9 Yrs)
Dixie Seatle ...
Sherrill Delaney
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A late night call from Accident and Emergency shatters the lifelong friendship of neighbouring families, the Hartes and Golds. 17-year-old Emily Gold is dead from a gunshot wound to the head. All the evidence points to childhood sweetheart (and neighbour) Chris Hartes. The two families search for answers to the questions slowly destroying their lives. Once the murder trial begins, key evidence (Emily's diary) is withheld and as malice builds, the families grow further apart. Chris is the only one to know the truth, but can he bring himself to reveal the secret of the pact he had with Emily? Written by Anonymous

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4 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Disappointing
5 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

When I first heard about this movie I thought it would be great. When I saw that it was based on a book, I was even more thrilled. But I made one mistake. I read the book first. And that clouded my opinion of the movie. If you've read the book don't bother to see the movie. It will only disappoint you. (Save for the eye candy that is Eric Lively) But if you're completely new to the story line, watch the movie first then read the book. Then you'll see exactly what I meant. Don't get me wrong, the story itself is wonderful, I just prefer the un-edited, un-cut book version.


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