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Tripping the Wire: A Stephen Tree Mystery (2005)

Everybody's guilty of something and Detective Stephen Tree has to use his gut to figure if their guilt is worth his time. Tripping the Wire goes beyond the classic whodunnit. It's a story ... See full summary »

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Sergeant Detective Stephen Tree
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Laura Wing
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Lt. Hélène Peacock
Layne Coleman ...
Ted Donovan
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Trish Shishleesh
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Det. Hank Girardin
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Shultzy
Linda Smith ...
Eva Overbye
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Det. Angie Baron
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Rhona Glazer
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Paul Small
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Denis
Lois Dellar ...
Diane Thibault
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Bart Burgess (as Matthew Gordon)
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Everybody's guilty of something and Detective Stephen Tree has to use his gut to figure if their guilt is worth his time. Tripping the Wire goes beyond the classic whodunnit. It's a story of loyalty, betrayal and the secrets people will die for - or kill for - to protect. Written by Galafilm Inc.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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2005 (USA)  »

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Borotvaélen  »

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CAD 3,800,000 (estimated)
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Good Mystery
23 November 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a good Canadian mystery movie. It is gritty and the acting is very good. The plot is interesting (it is well written) and it kept us interested in it the whole time we watched. It is kind of predictable at the end but still a good movie and worth watching for a Canadian made TV movie, especially for a Canadian TV movie the quality is very good since they probably didn't have much of a budget to work with as most Canadian TV shows and movies don't. You can tell watching it that the budget isn't very huge but they've done well producing this movie on a low budget. The look is very gritty and it is shot well by the cinematographer and director.


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