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The Devil's Teardrop (2010)

TV-14 | | Action, Crime, Drama | TV Movie 8 August 2010
Many people are left dead when a man known only as "The Digger" opens fire in a train station. A hand written letter is the only clue.

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The Digger
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Many people are left dead when a man known only as "The Digger" opens fire in a train station. A hand written letter is the only clue.

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Flow My Tears the Policeman Said
11 August 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This is a decent although unremarkable thriller in which the FBI recruits an ex-agent who is an expert in verifying and examining documents. He has a lot of personal issues including an ex-wife who wants the kids and a son who is still suffering the after-effects of being terrorized by a murderer he had put in prison several years before.

Although director Norma Bailey does a decent job in all departments and the actors handle their roles competently, the movie itself soon falls into fairly predictable patterns and scenes and the potentially interesting idea of showing how the analysis of documents and profiling of killers actually works is reduced to a few gadgets and flashes of insight. Instead we are distracted by family drama.

I cannot tell if the poverty in the script is due to Jeffrey Deaver's novel or to Ron Hutchinson's adaptation. I am not familiar with Mr. Deaver's works and the two other movies I have seen written by Mr. Hutchinson -- who also co-produced this TV-movie -- have not been very interesting, so I suspect it is not Mr. Deaver's responsibility. However, whoever is responsible, unless you are a fan of the genre, you can give this a miss.


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