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Frame of Mind (2009)

R | | Drama | 24 February 2009 (USA)
A New Jersey police detective comes across new evidence in the Kennedy assassination.

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Carl T. Evans
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Cast

Credited cast:
Carl T. Evans Carl T. Evans ... David Secca
Arija Bareikis ... Jennifer Secca
Chris Noth ... Steve Lynde
Tony Lo Bianco ... Mouthman
Barbara Barrie ... Thelma
Vincent Curatola ... Lt. John Mangione
Don Harvey ... Agent Jenkins
Frank Gio Frank Gio ... Johnny Loma
Noelle Beck ... Linda
Sharon Angela ... Mary
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laura Bach ... Melissa
Lynn Battaglia Lynn Battaglia ... Mrs. Clyde
Amber Cliett Amber Cliett ... College Student
Robert A. Colaneri Robert A. Colaneri ... Mickey
Greg Connolly ... FBI Agent #1
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New Jersey Detective David Secca's life is changed forever when he discovers a piece of film in an antique box. On the film is a lone man, concealing a rifle, standing on a grassy knoll-the exact knoll President John F. Kennedy passed as he was assassinated. But is the film authentic? Or, is it another hoax surrounding President Kennedy's murder? When David seeks help in Professor Steve Lynde, it becomes horrifically clear the photo holds evidence of conspiracy. Now, the two must race to expose the cover-up before they're eliminated. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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What if a single secret could rewrite history? See more »

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 February 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Salaliiton jäljillä See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Chris Noth starred with Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City (1998). Sarah dated John F. Kennedy Jr. in the late 80's. See more »

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When David is shooting his pistol at the range, the positions of the bullet holes in the target change between the close-ups and long shots. See more »

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Oh Love's A Lovely Thing
Written by Joe Lervold
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of Master Source
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a pleasant surprise
18 January 2009 | by coffeeblackSee all my reviews

frame of mind is good. its a b movie but don't let that put you off. the acting has its ups and downs but i would say more ups. when i saw the plot description on IMDb i thought "god no not another kennedy film" well i got a pleasant surprise it had me interested the whole movie through, the idea is good and quiet possible and believable and for a subject matter that has been done time and time again i think it was a brave movie to attempt.

i consider myself a harsh critic of bad quality b movies and very rarely comment on this site but i think this movie apart from some of the acting flaws and low budget, had a lot of heart...hope you enjoy.


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