A San Francisco policewoman (Going) accepts a favor from a local crime boss to counter a nasty child custody battle with her ex-husband, and finds herself dangerously entangled with the mob.

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Phyllis Webber
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Steven Webber
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Billy Sullivan
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Jeffrey Wong
Josh Hayden ...
Sean Webber
Shawn Reis ...
Lester Neal
Ingrid Tesch ...
Dr. Margaret Nathanson
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Dietrich
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Arthur Bannister (as Ben Ayres)
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Ira J. Grossman
Linda Sorensen ...
Clara Houser
Jimmy Chohan ...
Jimmy
Judith Maxie ...
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San Francisco based Phyllis and Steven Webber have hit an extended rough spot in their fifteen year marriage, as Steven, who manages a chain of dry cleaning stores for his wealthy parents, feels that she is more devoted to her work as an SFPD vice detective than she is to him as a wife. She working extended hours on her latest case, that of mobster Billy Sullivan, who is legitimate on the surface but who has his hands in several different illegal activities, he feels is only the latest in a long line of such cases for which she has been required to work long hours. So when Phyl learns of Steven's infidelity, she throws him out of the house. She is surprised by Steven's resulting move: filing for divorce, with a separate filing for custody of their only offspring, thirteen year old Sean Webber, Steven's belief being that he is a more stable parent than her. Phyl's problem in this matter is that she knows that she cannot afford the expensive lawyers that Steven can with his parents' ... Written by Huggo

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25 September 2006 (USA)  »

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Divorced cop needs attorney
18 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is a pretty dull movie up until the last 30 min. The majority of the movie you think she is a dirty cop trying to trade info. in return for a custody battle lawyer. Which during that time you are thinking this is stupid and ridiculous. The worst part is that the cast is really unlikable (up until the last 30 min.) You just think everyone is a scum bag and those that aren't scum bags are really indifferent. It's like no one really cares about anyone. You just don't make any attachment to the characters. Bottom line it's a dull movie and could have been possibly cast better but if you are bored like I was then you'll watch it anyways. If you can sit through 3/4 of it then you will find the last 1/4 at least somewhat entertaining.


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