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Richard Dana Smith (screenplay) and
Christine Conradt (screenplay)
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18 March 2007 (USA) See more »
She may not be guilty. But she's far from innocent.
When a woman falsely accused of murdering her husband is released from prison after eight years, she hires a private investigator, determined to find out who framed her. However, she does not realize that the killer is about to do it again. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Elisa Donovan ... June Baldwin

Susan Walters ... Claire

Perry King ... Jason

Claire Brosseau ... Charlie

Kevin Jubinville ... Nick

Jonathan Higgins ... Victor

Sophie Gendron ... Karen

Thelma Farmer ... Megan

Lisa Langlois ... Diane Desalvo
John Robinson ... Ken
Donovan Reiter ... Tony

Andreas Apergis ... Greg
Steven McPhail ... Sammy

Paula MacPherson ... Maggie

Mark Camacho ... Freed
Cary Lawrence ... Dr. Yardly
Danny Blanco Hall ... Parelli
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Les Vandor ... Businessman
Helen Batabyal ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Finnigan ... Lawyer (uncredited)
Claude Huard ... Burger Joint Patron (uncredited)

Douglas Kidd ... Maître d' (uncredited)
Sherry Thurig ... Well Dressed Woman (uncredited)

Directed by
Douglas Jackson 
Writing credits
Richard Dana Smith (screenplay) and
Christine Conradt (screenplay)

Produced by
Josée Bernard .... associate producer
Tom Berry .... executive producer
Neil Bregman .... producer
Pierre David .... executive producer
Louis A. Massicotte .... executive producer
Damiano Tucci .... co-producer
Stefan Wodoslawsky .... producer
Original Music by
Steve Gurevitch 
Cinematography by
Bert Tougas 
Film Editing by
Ion Webster 
Casting by
Aaron Griffith 
Lisa Parasyn 
Production Design by
Csaba András Kertész  (as Csaba Kertesz)
Art Direction by
Jonathan Hobin 
Set Decoration by
Geoff Sangster  (as Geoffrey P. Sangster)
Costume Design by
Julie O'Brien 
Makeup Department
Anna Finlayson .... daily makeup assistant
Reagan Forsythe Strowbridge .... assistant makeup artist (as Reagan Forsythe)
Reagan Forsythe Strowbridge .... hair stylist: second unit (as Reagan Forsythe)
Reagan Forsythe Strowbridge .... makeup artist: second unit (as Reagan Forsythe)
Production Management
Christopher Renaud .... assistant unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bruce Jensen .... second assistant director
Anthony Lefresne .... first assistant director
Michel Poirier .... third assistant director
Art Department
Shane Boucher .... assistant set decorator
Shawn Buffington .... assistant property master
Kate Derrick .... set dresser
Kate Derrick .... swing
Tim Walton .... property master
Sound Department
Jo Caron .... sound recordist (as Jocelyn Caron)
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Valéry Dufort-Boucher .... dialogue editor
Denys Dufresne .... sound editor
Frédéric Edwards .... sound mixer
Guy Francoeur .... foley artist
Guy Pelletier .... sound editor
Paskal Perreault .... boom operator
Jacques Plante .... adr supervisor
Christian Rivest .... supervising sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Battistone .... electrician
Jon Cameron .... electrician
Albert Camicioli .... additional photographer
Albert Camicioli .... still photographer
Mathieu Charest .... Steadicam operator
René Cotton .... electrician (as Rene Cotton)
Robert Courtemanche .... dolly grip
Andrew Dent .... best boy
Ron Diamond .... still photographer
Curtis Dickie .... grip
Axel de Jonge .... camera trainee
Walter Klymkiw .... gaffer
Ivan Peloquin .... first assistant camera (as Yvan Peloquin)
Mariya Prokopenko .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Ginette D'Amico .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cheryl Batten .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Virginie Blondel-Pelletier .... post-production coordinator
Melany Bourgouin .... post-production coordinator
Eric Gaudry .... digital colorist
Location Management
Sean Parker .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Michael Burns .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Ryan Norman .... driver
Corey Mackay Smith .... unit driver
Andy Tait .... driver
Other crew
Ambrose J. Buffington .... production assistant
David DeCrane .... story consultant
Joseph G. Jones .... assistant production coordinator
Andrew E. Pecs .... production accountant (as E. Andrew Pecs)
Joe Sisto .... legal services
Julia Stan .... script supervisor
Virginie Valastro .... production coordinator
Noël A. Zanitsch .... financial consultant

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94 min
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This one sucks the big one., 3 April 2009
Author: guil fisher from New York City, NY

My God, what trash. Badly written and super badly acted. I was saying some of the lines before the so-called actors actually said them. To begin with, the plot was stupid and characters so dumb, not to figure out the truth. Even an idiot could figure this one out. In leading roles, June Baldwin had one expression - duh! She couldn't even talk right. Over acting throughout. Hard to believe how stupid she was in this. Somebody brush her hair. She looks like she went through a wind tunnel. Then there's her ugly sister, played by the inept, one look actress, Susan Walters. Not much in her talent either. No matter they play sisters, they are equally bad in this. Add another loser role for Perry King, who seems to be getting worse and worse each time I see him. The big question is why does he do these empty headed films? Of course he's not the best of actors, but still has his looks. He needs to get into comedies and drawing room stuff to match his wardrobe. I understand he's a nice guy off screen. Somebody give the guy a break and cast him in something suitable.

Kevin Jubinville, a so so actor plays the heavy with not too much expression. And one of my horrors, Sophie Gendron, with her lip enhancement, is fortunately in this for a short time. Three actors save this trite vacant movie; Lisa Langlois as a private eye, Claire Brosseau as the best friend and Jonathan Higgins as the new love interest. These three save the movie in this viewers mind. Without them it would be unbearable to watch.

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