Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.
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Steven James Creazzo
On Danny's phone, it shows up as an iMessage (an iPhone feature) but the teacher is using an Android phone, which would not be an iMessage.
This is incorrect. The send button on an iPhone changes to blue when it is using iMessage. In this case it is green which would be the correct color for a sms text from a different brand of phone. See more »
Come On Hands Up Who Watched It Because Of The Title ?
As I said earlier in one of my reviews today the lead headline in Britain today is a sleazy tale of a male teacher who eloped to France with his 15 year old girlfriend from class . After seeing the title I thought that's a very quick biopic , some of these film companies must have a superhuman ability to make a movie . As it turned out this wasn't a true life drama about a teacher abusing their trust in the worst way possible because if DIRTY TEACHER is a true life story I'd be applying to go back to school in America
Of course if this was role reversal where the teacher was male and the pupil was female it'd be an entirely different film . I'm also guessing there's a problem with the casting . Imagine if the producer cast some grotesque goblin as Ms Molly Matson ? Again it'd be an entirely different film as Ms Matson tries to seduce Danny . If teenage boy were to be entirely honest they'd say that they probably find a Gorgon sexually attractive . As it stands Ms Matson is played by Josie Davis who is stunningly attractive , so much so that if Ms Matson offered a teenage boy sex he'd happily start without her . Perhaps mindful of this the story concerns itself with Danny's girlfriend Jamie being the victim of Ms Matson's twisted desire . It is after all a TVM produced for a female audience and a male audience who watch it will think back to their schooldays and lament that life isn't fair
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