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The Tenth Circle (2008)

TV-14 | | Mystery, Thriller | TV Movie 28 June 2008
A family's well-kept secrets are exposed when the daughter accuses her ex-boyfriend of rape.

Director:

Peter Markle

Writers:

Maria Nation (teleplay by), Jodi Picoult (based on the novel by)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly Preston ... Laura Stone
Ron Eldard ... Daniel Stone
Jamie Johnston ... Jason Underhill
Michael Riley ... Mike Bartholomy
Haley Beauchamp ... Zepher Santorelli
Geordie Brown Geordie Brown ... Moss Minton
Britt Robertson ... Trixie Stone
Gil Anderson ... Shakina
Gary Levert Gary Levert ... Mr. Underhill
Deborah Post Deborah Post ... Mrs. Underhill
Jon Cor ... Seth
Leah Fassett Leah Fassett ... Jessica
Mauralea Austin Mauralea Austin ... Marita
Geoff McBride Geoff McBride ... Teacher
Renee Abbott ... Nurse
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Storyline

Laura Stone is a college professor married to Daniel, a comic book artist. Their pride and joy is their 15-year-old daughter Trixie. But when Trixie comes home from a party and claims her ex-boyfriend raped her, their lives are forever changed. The high profile investigation puts the family under everyone's scrutiny - but who's to blame among the young and innocent? Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

One Wrong Move and Everything Can Shatter.

Genres:

Mystery | Thriller

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The last word spoken in the movie, "nutaryuk", is the Inuit word for fresh snow. See more »

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Perhaps enjoyable if you haven't read book
16 May 2009 | by cdunbar-3See all my reviews

Not as gripping as it could have been but the essence of Jodi Picoult's story is intact. An interesting aspect of the novel was the graphic novel intersecting each chapter, which explores the father's psyche. His conflicted feelings for wife and daughter are revealed vicariously through his illustrations and story-telling. His wife's obsession with Dante's Inferno, the class she teaches at university, becomes his obsession, too, since he explores the same theme through his comic book characters. Had this been a big budget film with animation telling this aspect of the story, it would have been visually intriguing! The father's sensitivity and artistic bent is an essential part of the central conflict and does not come across convincingly in this TV movie. On a superficial level, this film tells a story of a family in trauma, but the actors are not compelling enough to ring true. Any husband and wife who have struggled with raising a teenage child will probably agree this is a weak portrayal...but a young audience might identify with the teen angst of Trixie, the troubled young victim.


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Official Sites:

Lifetime TV

Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 June 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A tizedik kör See more »

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Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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