A reporter is killed whilst investigating a story & her college friend and former professor join forces to try and find out who killed her.

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Meredith
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Laura
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Peter
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Detective Roy Moloney
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Jack Lycar
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Todd Wynter
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Amelia Moore
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Carl Timmons
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Rick Moore
Chandra Berg ...
Gloria
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Christie McDermott (as Jovanna Huguet)
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Mrs. Schmidt
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Loretta Oxley
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Phyllis Rose
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A reporter is killed whilst investigating a story & her college friend and former professor join forces to try and find out who killed her.

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16 January 2006 (USA)  »

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En busca de la verdad  »

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Good MOW - two words not often heard together!
12 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

I was also pleasantly surprised! I enjoyed the plot twists and pace of the movie. I have always been a fan of Dean Cain. And if was very nice to see a large group of Canadian actors in the mix - Thea Gill, Gary Chalk, Stephan Rochfort, Dan Payne. I actually found this movie because I am a fan of Dan Payne from his Sci-Fi work and more recent comedy series 'Alice, I Think' which also stars Gary Chalk in an episode (in which he is brilliant!). So the IMDb is a great tool to help us viewers find good TV. I hope to see more quality MOW's from our Canadian stock! I believe that it was filmed in Vancouver but may have been Toronto. I hope US productions continue to find Canada as the perfect back drop for there films based on US cities. It shows off our beautiful country and stimulates our economy as well as gives us all a chance to ogle famous people in our own backyard. It seems that originality is getting to be a more and more difficult treasure to find. I am glad that the TV genre is still striving more than the Blockbusters to bring us a better viewing experience rather than the cookie cutter material we see the Tom Cruise efforts that chase the ever powerful buck!


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