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Betrayals, aka It Was One of Us, was a really decent movie for the Lifetime Network. Speaking in general terms, Lifetimes movies are usually thought of to be pathetic women always being abused or raped (not a direct quote from myself or anyone that I know) This movie is a good movie about friendship, lies, love, trust, and much more. I really enjoyed this movie and its whole theme in general.I noticed that there really isn't a stereotypical character in this. When you least expect it the finger points to another person. It keeps you thinking =) OT: Marissa Winokour lost quite a lot of weight, and I was in awe when I saw her on Lifetime. The friendships in this movie are tested so much that one of the friends decided to pull a gun on another. Betrayls also has it comical scenes too. Its not your average Lifetime movie, thats for sure. It has diverse characters that have different morals.The core idea in the end is that your friends will always , or SHOULD anyways, have your back and pull you out of you jams The acting wasn't always great, but I liked it ******** out of 10
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