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Innocent (2011)

Twenty years after being cleared in the death of his mistress, Judge Rusty Sabich is charged with the murder of his late wife. During the trial, a secret affair from Rusty's recent past ... See full summary »

Director:

Mike Robe

Writers:

Mike Robe (teleplay), Scott Turow (novel)
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Pullman ... Rusty Sabich
Marcia Gay Harden ... Barbara Sabich
Richard Schiff ... Tommy Molto
Mariana Klaveno ... Anna Vostick
Callard Harris ... Nat Sabich
Tahmoh Penikett ... Jimmy Brand
Janet Kidder ... Marta
Alfred Molina ... Sandy Stern
Nicole Oliver ... Elaine Reese
Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Detective Rory Gissling
Nimet Kanji ... Judge Malek
Tom McBeath ... George Mason
Don Ackerman ... John Harnason
Jarod Joseph ... Orestes Mauro
Craig March ... Marco Cantu
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Storyline

Twenty years after being cleared in the death of his mistress, Judge Rusty Sabich is charged with the murder of his late wife. During the trial, a secret affair from Rusty's recent past threatens to hamper his defense and fracture his relationship with his son. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Bill Pullman takes over the role of Rusty Sabich from Harrison Ford. Bill had spoofed Harrison's "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)" character of Han Solo in "Spaceballs (1987)." Alfred Molina (Sandy Stern) had worked with Harrison in "Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)." See more »

Goofs

Rusty Sabich is a head appellate judge, ruling on an appeal by a convicted murderer that he prosecuted. In real life, he should have recused (removed) himself from the case or the convicts appellate lawyers should have filed to have him removed from hearing the appeal. Either way he should not have been presiding over this case as he was personally involved. See more »

Quotes

Rusty Sabich: Sixty is a tough age to reach knowing that love is for other people.
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Connections

Follows The Burden of Proof (1992) See more »

User Reviews

 
Somehow disappointed
5 April 2020 | by cheer88See all my reviews

Judging by its all-star cast, this movie should be enough to be put on the pedestal. Yet, its quality more liked those on Lifetime channel. From the beginning, it did not have such suspensions like Hitchcock's movies. Although the plots were complicated, they did not resonate with audiences. The intensity of dark dramas also did not have enough momentum to carry through the whole movie. Its surroundings and paces were also lack of plausibility among other things.

It probably should be remade by different directors. I was not thrilled by those presumptuous plots which the writer tried to reinvent. In my opinion, it should have revealed the wife's mental illness from the beginning. The disclosure in the end was not enough. The wife's struggling needed to be drawn to connect the whole storyline. This missing part is crucial to the whole movie. It indeed required better cinematographers, too. I hope to see a different version of it in the future.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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