My Lovely Girl
- Episode aired Apr 26, 1995
- 1h 35m
Jane finds her misquoted criticism of a colleague's release of a mental patient, who murders again, leads to a patient of her own.Jane finds her misquoted criticism of a colleague's release of a mental patient, who murders again, leads to a patient of her own.Jane finds her misquoted criticism of a colleague's release of a mental patient, who murders again, leads to a patient of her own.
A nurse is killed by a mentally ill man, previously released from custody. The media starts exposing stories of murderers being released from mental institutions. A young man who had been treated by Halifax also becomes the target. —Dragan Antulov <email@example.com>
This was a rather boring episode. I have only seen one Halifax episode before, which I liked a lot better. This movie isn't about a murder or something, it's handles a dilemma. Can you release a murderer after a few year's treatment, or should they put in jail for many years? The movie starts with a patient who just got released from treatment but apparently wasn't sane because he commits a murder right after his release. Then another patient who killed a person (when he was 17) gets released from treatment after just 5 years. Because of the earlier incident many people oppose. The media question this decision. The movie keeps dragging on about the problems between him and his girlfriend who doesn't know whether to trust him and the media who is all over this case. It's more a relationship drama then a mystery / detective and therefore rather boring, especially when you expect some excitement. Near the end the movie becomes a bit more exciting but maybe you already hit the remote by that time...
- Jul 15, 2004
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