After a young girl witnesses a brutal murder, criminal psychologist Dr. Julie Craig and Detective Steve Banks are called in to help her identify the killer. But what appears to be an ordinary mugging slowly reveals itself to be a complex political conspiracy. In a desperate race to protect the crime's only eyewitness, Julie and Steve must find the truth...before the killer finds them.Written by
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Statute of Limitations on Silence of the Lambs.....please
I have read several of the other comments, as I try to be fair. For the most part, if a Lifetime Movie has talented actors, but a boring plot, it may still be viewable; and vice versa; This movie has neither. You will become instantly bored as you watch Kristy Swanson pretending to be a psychiatrist (that's right, folks) and you can visually see HOW HARD it is for her to try and re-enact Jodi Foster's superb performance in "Silence of the Lambs".
I for one am tired of these imitations.....it is over 12 years, and we still see lame copies; give the audience a break; this is Ämerican cable; we are not COMPLETE IMBECILES. Some of us don't ëven watch "CSI".....Also, I am not an incidental music expert, but I was hysterically laughing when Kristy Swanson faces the killer through the jail cell, and the ominous classical music starts playing; Writers of this show should be paying royalties to Jonathan Demme; his camera/directorial and sound techniques are used once again......but they are not utilizing a viable story plot or decent actors, to portray the message....I am sure many film enthusiasts will agree.
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