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Falsely Accused (2016)

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Shelly needs to catch a killer in order to prove her innocence in her brother's murder. Along the way she meets love, sorrow, and persecution. A journey of self perception as she finally realizes her destiny.

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Maria Pulera
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Rosanna Arquette ... Beth
Jon Gries ... Gus
Emma Holzer ... Shelly Yates
Bradford Anderson ... Jake Callahan
Jimmie Tolliver ... Father
Parker Mack ... Roy Gainey
Tommy Beardmore ... Farm Boy
Taylor Bright ... Teen Girl 1
Jim Porter Jim Porter ... Coroner
Constance Tillotson ... Samantha
Ryan Tutton Ryan Tutton ... Skylar Yates
Sean Patrick Leonard ... Joe
Ramsay Philips ... Jeremy
Sabrina Smith ... Little Girl
Sara Sevigny ... Secretary
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Shelly needs to catch a killer in order to prove her innocence in her brother's murder. Along the way she meets love, sorrow, and persecution. A journey of self perception as she finally realizes her destiny.

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Guilty until proven innocent.


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TV-14
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USA

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English

Release Date:

24 June 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Double Yellow Lines See more »

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Excellent Look At Farm Subculture
24 July 2016 | by fancyman-76321See all my reviews

Falsely Accused takes a look at the element of insanity without glamorizing, sensationalizing or demonizing it. I honestly can't think of another film on a similar subject that has managed to pull off this balance so successfully.

We care about the characters, but are completely aware of their flaws. We are given a realistic portrayal of what it is like to be ostracized within a small community. The crime scenes are exciting and we can't anticipate what is going to happen next.

This film is moral without moralizing and humane without romanticizing or sentimentalizing the subject. Falsely Accused has a subtlety, depth and heart missing from other more voyeuristic cinematic treatments of insanity.


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