Demolishing a building, a wrecking crew discovers two dessicated corpses still conjoined who were hot to death while having sex in 1992.

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Philip White
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Declan Keane
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When two bodies are found during the renovation of a building in the City, Det. Supt. Boyd and the cold case squad find themselves investigating a murder that occurred in 1992. The victims were apparently planning to run off as the police also find airline tickets and false passports. The couple was apparently having sex when a single bullet killed them both. They are identified as Mervyn Simmel, a securities trader who was under investigation for insider trading and Katherine Keane, a financial journalist responsible for uncovering several financial scandals. As the investigation continues, the police identify several possible suspects. Simmel had a falling out with his partner, Lucien Calvin, who subsequently left the financial industry. As for Keane, she was married and also had several lovers, so there is any number of suspects. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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When Declan Keane falls to his death from the metal walkway, he drops vertically. The next shot shows his body from a height and he is clearly several feet away from where he should have landed, probably so the camera could get the body and the walkway both in shot from an oblique angle. See more »

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Philip White: But if the truth becomes known?
Hugo Keegan: The truth is always known. There's nothing we can hide from our Father in Heaven.
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References Wall Street (1987) See more »

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Was this laziness on the part of the writer???
24 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'm all for suspending my disbelief to a point but simple facts being conveniently overlooked for the sake of ease of explanation can be annoying! Boyd and Spence went to Dublin to track a suspect, and where treated in Ireland as superior officers and referred to as 'Sir'. At one point Boyd said to the chap he was after that he was a Police Officer - well not in the Republic of Ireland he isn't! Fair enough if this was Northern Ireland Ireland, but Dublin is in the Republic of Ireland and is totally independent from Britain! Boyd and Spence would have had absolutely no jurisdiction there the same way they wouldn't have in France or Spain! Was this laziness on the part of the writer as it was easier to gloss over it, or, worse still, ignorance on the part of the writer? Otherwise - excellent as usual!


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