Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.

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Michael Feifer

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Jeffrey Schenck (story by), Peter Sullivan (story by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Natasha Henstridge ... Nicole
Brea Grant ... Jordan
Josie Davis ... Tara
Jay Pickett ... John
Michael Bowen ... Detective Walker
Carlson Young ... Laura
Alexander DiPersia ... Jake (as Alexander John)
Wilson Bethel ... Trent
John Colton ... Dr. Williams
Nikki Moore ... Hadley (as Nicole Moore)
Robert Neary ... Kyle Johnson
Caia Coley ... Cyndi Williams
Jude Gerard Prest ... Shaw
Scott Anthony Leet ... Doyle
Christopher Grey Misa Christopher Grey Misa ... Captain Hanna (as Christopher Grey)
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Nicole Johnson is a well-respected criminology professor. When one of her students is accused of the brutal slaying of her roommate, Nicole is the only person who believes she is innocent and begins to investigate the murder.

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Rated R for brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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In the first scene the young woman at the bar takes a shot from an empty shot glass. See more »

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All Things Money
Performed by Angel
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See the DVD, If You Must See It At All
6 July 2018 | by StoshieSee all my reviews

This is a typical Lifetime TV movie. Meaning, plot holes galore, mediocre acting, bad writing. If you like these kinds of movies, it is no better or worse than any other. Just know what to expect.

There is an "R" rated DVD of the movie available, though. If you must see this movie, try to find that version. At least there is a scene in it that won't be shown on TV, one that earns the "R" rating. I suspect a body double is used in that scene. There is a body double listed in the credits at the end of the movie on the DVD, but not on IMDB. I would guess that is because the TV version doesn't include the scene where the body double is most likely used.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 October 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

La alumna perfecta See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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