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Red Ink (2000)

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A respected female doctor is shot by police for supposedly pointing a gun at them, but for several people this doesn't ring true. Not least one reporter who uncovers links to the previous murders of several black children in the area.

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(as Jerry A. Henry)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Davi Jay ...
Donnie Hammond
Clarence Whitmore ...
Carl Reed
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Will Davis (as Diego Villareal Garcia)
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Martin Mueller
Eileen Morris ...
Sylvia Nolan
Michelle Milton ...
Dr. Smith
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Mr. Smith (as Errol Wilks)
Deborah Flowers ...
Rochelle Jackson
David Parker ...
Dr. Hines / The Professor
Pat Arthur ...
Police Chief
David Hickox ...
Captain Cook
Timothy Eric ...
Jimmy (as Tim Dixon)
Byron Jaquet ...
Sam
Lee James Squires ...
Lou Bartowski (as Lee Squires)
Robert Gleason ...
Brian Downey
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A respected female doctor is shot by police for supposedly pointing a gun at them, but for several people this doesn't ring true. Not least one reporter who uncovers links to the previous murders of several black children in the area.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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17 October 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Atlanta Murders  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Terrible summary for a terrible film.

This is a terrible film. It contains a base ignorance in how to tell a story on film. Bad actors sit around and talk, talk, talk, talk, about things that might have been important to see. All facets of this film: Directing, Writing, Editing, Acting must be given a failing grade. You could listen to this film on the radio and besides being confused and bored to death by the dialog you simply wouldn't miss a thing. The worst part of the film is the true story aspect. The filmmakers claim at the beginning to be telling a true story of child abduction and murder. They then fail to do so. It left me wondering if there is a real family and community out there that had to sit through the worst film of their lives only because they had strong attachments to a real crime.


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