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As I write this review there are no details on IMDb.com about the actors' names in the film, so I will go with my memory on this one. A Hollywood celebrity reporter (played by Thea Gill) teams up with her former college professor (played by Stephanie Zimbalist) in order to get some answers on the killing of a mutual friend. They are assisted in their investigation by a journalism student (played by Jovanna Huguet). As the women gradually uncover the "truth" about how and why their friend was killed, Gill and a cute cop (played by Spencer Rochfort) working on the case find themselves attracted to one another.
Truth has many twists and turns and it is a fun movie to watch. The cast is credible, the plot is intriguing, and there are some great opening shots of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. Dean Cain also stars.
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