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Crimes of Passion (2005)

While in competition for a job promotion, the female competitor sues her male counterpart for sexual harassment. Blackmail and murder follow closely behind.

Director:

Richard Roy

Writer:

Brad Mirman
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Cast overview:
Dina Meyer ... Rebecca Walker
Jonathan Higgins ... Jerry Dennings
Amy Sloan ... Shannon Dennings
John H. Brennan John H. Brennan ... Schaffer
Louis Philippe Dandenault ... Donald Fuller
Harry Standjofski ... Arnold Kobrinsky
Vlasta Vrana ... Malcolm McBradden
Jane Wheeler Jane Wheeler ... Emily Poole
Erin Simms ... Kathy
Cas Anvar ... Detective
Howard Bilerman Howard Bilerman ... Lieutenant
John Maclaren ... Peter Wilder
John Robinson John Robinson ... James Corbin
Neil Napier ... Interrogating Detective
Judith Baribeau ... Bank Counter Woman
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A married employee of a major corporation teams up with his secret lover, an employee as well, to create a fake sexual harassment suit in an attempt to receive a huge settlement fee. A detective catches on and proceeds to blackmail them right back. The 'twists' are endless. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Thriller | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Iinteresting but slow moving
7 May 2007 | by guilfisher-1See all my reviews

This is another LMN soap opera detective story with so many twists you lose track of the concept. Interesting characters, mainly the three leads, Amy Sloan, Jonathan Higgins and Rebecca Walker. With some good supporting players in the shady lawyer and "best friend" to Jonathan. Won't go into plot, only yo say it went on too long and commercials interfered with the suspense.

Amy Sloan as the "other woman" did a remarkable job and is a gorgeous knockout that you can understand why the hubby left his wife for her. The hubby, Jonathan Higgins, was at times too much of the nervous twit. I just wanted him to end it all. He gets on your nerves after a while. The wife, not so attractive Rebecca Walker, is mis cast and rather a dull and boring actress. But, even her bad performance didn't take it away from the other two. Fortunately she isn't in the picture that much.

The title should be changed to Crimes of Stupidity. For there certainly was no passion in this film between the players. I give it a 5 for the writing.


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Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A szenvedély útvesztői See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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