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Amy Jo Johnson,
Oh dear, here we go again, yet another movie shot in Canada by Canadians, subsidized by Canadian taxpayers, produced for Canadian television. Yet the damn thing is set in the USA with US cops, US district attorneys, US judges... Doesn't anybody up here have THE GUTS to do a movie like this set in Canada????? The Canadian film industry will always be THIRD RATE so long as it panders this way to the US market. Appalling!!! Having vented on this subject, as I do regularly, it was not a bad film. Reasonably well shot. Competently acted. Decently written (although the plot gets a little confusing towards the end.) I would have given it a 7 but knocked it down to 4 because of the craven cinematic colonialism.
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