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Jason Donovan ...
Jon Peregrine
Anita Hegh ...
Cynthia Allen
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Charles Highsmith
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Bruno Batelli
Bruce Myles ...
Arch Brooker
Margaret Harvey ...
Tanya
Mark Mitchell ...
Billy Angel
Andrew S. Gilbert ...
Carl Doakes
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Karen Doakes
Mark Priestley ...
McLachlan
Ross Thompson ...
T.K. Mantusi
Alicia Gardiner ...
Laura Mantusi
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Zac (as Justin Bechtold)
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Richardson
Nicholas Fleming ...
Tom Doakes
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25 June 2004 (Australia)  »

Also Known As:

Peregrine: The Dead Float  »

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There is a mixture of computers used, both Windows and Apples. However in several instances the screen of a Windows computer displays the appearance of the Apple operating system e.g. Carl uses a Windows computer, but the Internet timed out message that Peregrine sees is from an Apple Macintosh. See more »

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Simply Brilliant.
19 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I would not have expected that a made for TV Movie could be this good, but it was. My adjectives are Brilliant, Intelligent, Well-Scripted, yet also Dark, Realistic and very "real life". This is a must see look into the world of Enron-type dirty finance housed on the heels and pocketbooks of the common people. It never once was slow and dull, but quickly takes the viewer into it's ride of brilliant detective work and cover-up at all costs. The performances by the lead actors is simply outstanding. After having watched so many movies where the obvious things are conveniently omitted for the sake of "making a story", I was glad to see one that never took the viewer beyond what is reasonable and "normal" regarding unfolding story events. Without a doubt or reconsideration needed, I give this a 10/10 - a "must see"!


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