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Deceit (2006)

Video  -  Thriller  -  20 July 2006 (USA)
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Jeffrey Hartman has been dead for six months. His widow, Kate Hartman, is visited by Jeffrey Hartman's childhood friend; Michael. Michael has just returned to the USA after living in Europe... See full summary »

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Jeffrey Hartman has been dead for six months. His widow, Kate Hartman, is visited by Jeffrey Hartman's childhood friend; Michael. Michael has just returned to the USA after living in Europe for ten years. It is a dark and stormy night in an Upper West Side Apartment. A perfect place for a thriller. To tell anymore would ruin the many surprises that unfold in Deceit. Written by Michael Shayne

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A New York city apartment. A dark and stormy night. Sometimes living in New York can be murder See more »

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Writer, Director Bruce Kimmel was a last minute fill in for Greg Albanese who left the play during the last two weeks of the run. See more »

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17 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Matthew Ashford shines in this play as Michael, a man who visits his best friend's young widow.

The first 10-20 minutes are engaging, but a little 'play-like' (as opposed to TV or movie like) in the delivery of dialog.

However, as the play progresses and we begin to understand the purpose of Michael's visit, his acting gets tighter and tighter, and we see hints of his long-running character, Jack Deveraux, from the early Jack days.

He's angry, he's dark, he's scary, and he's charming. Matt delivers all of this on the turn of the dime.

Deceit may be somewhat predictable, and Tammy Minoff isn't all that great an actress, but Matt really pulls this one to the top of the DVD pile. I really urge you to get your hands on this and watch it. Enjoy a little scotch and soda while you do.


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