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Splitting Image (2017)

TV-14 | | Thriller | 26 October 2017 (USA)
Having grown up an orphan and raised by her grandmother, Emma has worked for everything that she has, and takes pride in the simple life she's created for herself. She's always wanted a ... See full summary »

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Nick Everhart
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Credited cast:
Anna Hutchison ... Emma
Aaron Arnold ... Frank
Austin Arnold ... Ted
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Bailey ... Drew
Blanche Baker ... Karen
Laura Flannery ... Jackie
Jeffrey Fryer Jeffrey Fryer ... Ted's Friend / Police Officer
Tyler Hollinger ... Bernard
Cheyenne Jackson ... Marcus
Sondra James ... Blanche
Aaron M. Larkin Aaron M. Larkin ... Wedding Guest
Justen Lessard Justen Lessard ... Background (credit only)
Evalena Marie ... Becca
Elizabeth Masucci ... Detective Clarke
Anthony Del Negro ... Chase
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Having grown up an orphan and raised by her grandmother, Emma has worked for everything that she has, and takes pride in the simple life she's created for herself. She's always wanted a perfect marriage, but ended up with a track record of failed relationships. When she strikes up a romance with the wealthy Ted, a guy she grew up admiring from afar, and says yes to marrying him, she thinks she's finally found her soul mate and is immediately brought into a much more luxurious world than she's used to. That world also includes Ted's seductive twin brother Frank, whose affections for her go beyond family admiration. While Ted took his inheritance and launched a successful global technology business, Frank took the opposite approach and traveled the country, leaving a trail of run-ins with the law and one night stands. Now, back in town and living in his family's old home, Frank's long buried jealousy of everything his brother has, including Emma, comes to the surface. Suffering from ... Written by Synthetic Cinema International

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Thriller

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TV-14

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Great!
14 September 2018 | by adamfieldsasstSee all my reviews

This was great. Really weird, but I loved it. Same director as The Wrong Son, which premiered earlier this summer. This one is weirder than that, but it's really good and full of shocking moments. Check it out!


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English

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26 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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I Married a Murderer See more »

Filming Locations:

Norwich, Connecticut, USA

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