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Writers (WGA):
Scott Turow (novel)
Alan Sharp (teleplay)
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Release Date:
23 May 2004 (USA) See more »
In a triple homicide there are secrets that run deeper than murder. See more »
A corporate lawyer's interest in a decade-old murder case is piqued by a new confession that could clear the convicted killer, who sits on death row. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

William H. Macy ... Arthur Raven

Tom Selleck ... Larry Starczek

Monica Potter ... Muriel Wynn

Felicity Huffman ... Gillian Sullivan

James Rebhorn ... Erno Erdai

Shemar Moore ... Collins Farwell

Glenn Plummer ... Romeo 'Squirrel' Gandolf
Yanna McIntosh ... Genevieve Carriere

Nigel Bennett ... Talmadge Loman
David Fox ... Judge Harlow
Christina Collins ... Louisa Remardi
Gerry Mendicino ... Gus Leonidas
Brian Heighton ... Paul Judson

Allan Royal ... O'Grady

Robert Verlaque ... Dickerman

John Dunsworth ... Ike
Rhonda McLean ... Marta Stern
Nancy Regan ... Prison Reporter
Doug Barron ... Funeral Reporter

Stephen Coats ... Gala Host

Gary Levert ... Evidence Room Officer
Mauralea Austin ... Tina - Bistro Woman
Michael Pellerin ... Jail Deputy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deborah Allen ... Waitress
Robert Bockstael ... Detective
Ray Brimicombe ... Judge Harlow's Bailiff

Ron Canada ... Jackson Aires

Eugene Clark ... Chief Harold Greer
Roger Dunn ... Leo Carnahan
John Evans ... Tom Woznicki
Martha Irving ... Woznicki's Woman
Eric Lemoine ... Forensic Officer
Frank Nakashima ... Daniel 'Painless' Kumagi
Juanita Peters ... Female Guard
Shawn Tanaka ... Prisoner
Ian Tench ... Judge Sullivan's Bailiff

Directed by
Mike Robe 
Writing credits
Scott Turow (novel)

Alan Sharp (teleplay)

Produced by
Ted Babcock .... co-producer
Mike Robe .... producer
Peter Sadowski .... producer
Robert M. Sertner .... executive producer
Randy Sutter .... producer
Frank von Zerneck .... executive producer
Original Music by
Laura Karpman 
Cinematography by
Derick V. Underschultz (director of photography) (as Derick Underschultz)
Film Editing by
Tod Feuerman 
Production Design by
Ian D. Thomas  (as Ian Thomas)
Art Direction by
Mark Laing 
Set Decoration by
Alan MacLeod 
Costume Design by
Vicki Graef 
Makeup Department
Norma Richard .... key hair stylist
Kim Ross .... key makeup artist
Jim Macdonald .... assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Chantal Robichaud .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Gilles Bélanger .... production manager
Matt Fitzsimons .... production supervisor
Karla Morash .... assistant production manager
Greg Krutilek .... production supervisor (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Dashkewytch .... first assistant director
Alexis Hinde .... second assistant director
Preston Hudson .... third assistant director: second unit
Jason Shipley .... first assistant director: second unit
Jeremy Timmons .... assistant director
Art Department
M. Danica Ban .... set dresser
Lance Barney .... lead dresser
Art Baxter .... construction coordinator
Chris Brown .... props buyer
Marsha Cameron .... head scenic artist
Jason Clarke .... assistant art director
Keith Currie .... property master
Katherine Evans .... buyer
Randy Hardy .... key scenic artist
Andy Miller .... assistant props
Chris Moreau .... on-set dresser
Terry Quennell .... set designer
Irene Strang .... set dresser
Sound Department
Beau Biggart .... adr mixer
Tim Chilton .... foley artist (2004)
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
G. Michael Graham .... supervising sound editor
Robert L. Harman .... sound re-recording mixer
Devon Heffley Curry .... adr supervisor (as Devon Curry)
Allen Hurd .... sound re-recordist
Frank Kavanagh .... boom operator
Dean Okrand .... sound re-recording mixer
Timothy Pearson .... foley artist
Jim Rillie .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Gary Coates .... special effects coordinator
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Keith Dimmer .... generator operator
Ben Mark Holzberg .... gallery photographer
Bill Hong .... camera car operator
Ruth Leggett .... electrician
Raphael MacKenzie .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Keith Murphy .... Steadicam operator
Keith Murphy .... camera operator: "a" camera
Mario Paulin .... gaffer
David Reilly IV .... electrician
Gary Sandover .... key grip
Jordan Schella .... best boy gaffer
Michael P. Mason .... daily grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Susan Glicksman .... casting: Los Angeles
Elisha Gruer .... casting assistant
Sheila Lane .... casting: Halifax
Coral Legault .... casting: Toronto
Alex Wald .... casting: Los Angeles
Clare Walker .... casting: Toronto
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lin Chapman .... assistant costume designer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Marc Brunswick .... post-production coordinator
Damien Simon .... assistant editor
Location Management
Margaret Harrison .... assistant location manager
Phil Hatcher .... assistant location manager
Ian Macmillan .... location production assistant
Gary Swim .... location manager
Music Department
Terri Fricon .... music supervisor
Shannon Halwes .... music editor
Bart Samolis .... musician
Other crew
Heather Macdonald .... accounting clerk
Eva MacGregor .... payroll accountant
Nancy MacInnis .... production coordinator
Micah Martin .... daily assistant locations
Lucy McColl .... production assistant
Heidi Schiller .... script supervisor
Mike Snider .... production assistant
Shawn Tanaka .... assistant: William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman
Sheila Woodley .... production accountant
Nancy Mouton .... assistant to executive producers Robert M. Sertner and Frank von Zerneck (uncredited )

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Scott Turow's Reversible Errors" - USA (complete title)
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173 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Errors in geography: The skyline of the Tri Cities is not of any city in the United States, but of Halifax, Nova Scotia.See more »


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12 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
More Huffman and Macy/Might have worked better as a 3 hr. movie, 27 May 2004
Author: FilmNutgm from Texas, USA

This movie deals not only with a heinous crime, but with the relationships of two different couples (Huffman/Macy and Potter/Selleck) and how those relationships intersect and impact the criminal investigation. I prefer Scott Turow's writing to John Grisham's--mainly because I feel Turow's writing has better character development and dialogue--and he seems better able to write believable female characters--but, he keeps you guessing as to whether the "good guys" are going to survive--much less win-- and that can be exhausting.

Other people have done a fine job of delineating the plot. I can only add that I felt the movie suffered every time the Selleck/Potter storyline was the main focus. I felt that it just didn't have the emotional resonance of the other subplots. Since I have not read the novel--yet--I don't know if this is the script's fault or the actors'. I DO know that I didn't want the story re: the defense lawyer and the judge to end. The movie brightened every time that couple was on the screen. Was it because of better writing or better acting or because I enjoyed seeing a married couple play a couple--who can say? I also must say that I felt since a character's life was literally at stake that it would have been nice if his plight was explored more fully. Movies or books can be interesting without a romantic subplot.

This film might have been more effective as a three hour movie shown on one night rather than a miniseries spread over two nonconsecutive nights. There were so many plot twists that I lost track of some characters' actions and names from one night to another. It also didn't help that CBS showed upcoming scenes and trailers that spoiled one of the key twists. I have never understood why networks or studios will spend a fortune making a movie than spoil it by giving too much away in the advertising! Perhaps it will play better--and tighter--on video.

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