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I taped this movie off TV thinking it was the Marlee Matlin film of the same name. When I discovered the mistake I went ahead and gave it a chance. After all, film buffs are always looking for that pleasant surprise to come out of nowhere.
Well, this isn't it. It's a B-team effort all the way that epitomizes the late 1970's TV crime movie, although it's from 1982. The best thing it has going for it is some San Francisco locales. Unless you can't get enough of the old 'Ironside' TV series or Quinn-Martin productions, it's safe to pass on this one.
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