A young man returns to hometown after his father's death and finds his two best married friends. His decision to stay rekindles the old attraction to his friend's wife, and the woman is caught in between the two men.

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Matthew Cole Weiss
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Complete credited cast:
Emmanuelle Chriqui ... Emily
Matt Long ... Dave Ford
Luke Mably ... Brian
Pell James ... Claudia
Ashley Scott ... Sam Pruitt
Cynthia Petrello Cynthia Petrello ... Hayes
Joe Pantoliano ... Anthony
Jon Abrahams ... Roger
Adrienne Barbeau ... Kathleen Darrow
Timothy Bottoms ... Martin Ford
Adam J. Smith ... Officer Thoms (as Adam Smith)
Ralph Garman ... Police Sargeant
Meghan Markle ... Gwen
Ryan Devlin ... Patron
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After his father's sudden death, Dave Ford returns home with his girlfriend to attend the funeral. There he reunites with former best friends Emily and Brian Nicholson, now married and very wealthy. They offer to help Dave fix up his father's house and their friendship is instantly rekindled. But when Emily and Brian's unstable relationship turns violent, Emily runs to Dave for protection. Despite warnings from an old friend that Emily may not be who she appears to be, Dave can no longer resist his feelings for her. But the truth unravels, friendships are destroyed and jealousy explodes as Dave finds himself tangled up in a deadly game with no way out. DECEIT is a psychological thriller that tells a story of money, lies and obsession.

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for sexuality, language and some violence | See all certifications »
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Not a lot to recommend
5 January 2007 | by caa821See all my reviews

I was watching the beginning of this on a Friday, mid-day, while working at computer at home, relaxing a bit after a hectic week, and cleaning-up some files and answering some communications. Got interrupted a couple of times, so had trouble getting all the details straight (although it's hardly a work of Hitchcock proportions, where missing a detail can through the whole story off-kilter), and besides it was not exactly an "engrossing" piece of work.

So during a commercial, read the only prior comment here (by "mgconlan-1"), and pretty much can agree with its details.

Not quite in the category of a film so awful it is fascinatingly "good," but I'd like to catch on tape when run again (rather than seeing it as aired), so I can fast forward as needed and see the parts which I missed this first time.

Give it a "3*" because of the attractiveness of the four primary characters.


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USA

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English

Release Date:

18 February 2009 (Hungary) See more »

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The American Standard See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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