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Credited cast:
Blair Brown ... Frances Harding
Annie Campbell ... Nikki
Jessica Dickey ... Elizabeth Crowe
Richard Dreyfuss ... Leonard Manzo
Ylfa Edelstein ... The Rape Victim
Theresa Burkhart Gallagher ... Principal (as Theresa Burkhart)
Kathleen Garrett ... Linda Aratow
Rita Moreno ... Mary Alice
Laurie Okin ... Kat (as Laurie Naughton)
Rosie Perez ... Heaven
Jay Thomas ... Det. Mo Diamond
Michole Briana White ... Deborah Ganier (as Michole White)
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Official Sites:

PBS [United States]

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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$1,900,000 (estimated)
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Entertaining and impressively acted(look at the Cast).
12 December 2004 | by sjrenterSee all my reviews

There are two parts (or two one-acts)to this piece. Both are well done but the first part (Fear)is somewhat unsatisfying and smacks of the beginner's one-act play syndrome. The second half is less inventive but somehow more engaging."Fear" deals with a neighborhood-meeting presided over by the NYPD;the second takes place in a high-class brothel. The only tie-up between the halves is Richard Dreyfuss, who excuses himself from the neighbor-hood watch meeting and leaves before the session begins. His character is the central one in part-two. Both he and Rosie Perez are quite remarkable. Rita Moreno and Blair Brown(in the first episode)are expectedly fine in supporting parts. Well worth the ninety minutes or so "Copshop" occupies.


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