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Question of Privilege (1999)

A defense attorney wife and her prosecutor husband square off in court over a murder case in which four young boys are accused.

Director:

Rick Stevenson

Writers:

Bruce Harvey (screen story), Dave Schultz (as David Schultz)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Myles Ferguson ... Ian Aldrige
Eric Johnson ... Joel Aldridge
Andrew Misle ... Drake Malton
Chris Fassbender Chris Fassbender ... Matthew Freeman (as Christopher Lee Fassbinder)
Victoria Rutwind Victoria Rutwind ... Mary Wells
Jessica Steen ... Andrea Roberts
David Keith ... Carter Roberts
Jessica Harvey Jessica Harvey ... Sarah Roberts
Michael Ironside ... Lt. Robert Ingram
Paul Punyi Paul Punyi ... Mr. Wells
Tom Butler ... Tate Aldridge
Wendy Crewson ... Gail Sterling
David McNally David McNally ... Kyle Reeves
Nick Mancuso ... Steven Healy
Benjamin Ratner ... Owen Kerr
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A defense attorney wife and her prosecutor husband square off in court over a murder case in which four young boys are accused.

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All the money in the world won't help you when your time is up.


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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 1999 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Abusi di legge See more »

Filming Locations:

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The gun used at the end of the movie is not a real gun. If you look at the end of the barrel, it is clear it is either a squirt gun or a replica with a plugged barrel. See more »

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An enjoyable mystery.
7 November 1999 | by Tam-16See all my reviews

A suspenseful movie plotting husband against wife in a case involving four young men raping and killing a young girl. The movie twists and turns with clues, and yet, until the final 15 minutes of the movie, your still not sure who the killer is. The plot is interesting, but the acting is sluggish and unrealistic at times. All in all though, I enjoyed the movie and gave it a 7.


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