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An archaeologist is doing her last job with some students in her hometown to prove her father's theory that there would be a colony settled there. One night he has an argument with a man and the next day he is found dead and buried in the place of the excavation. With the help of a policeman, she will try to unravel the mystery.Written by
Approx. 2 minutes. At the dig site when they find a spoon, one on the male students leans over to photograph the spoon in situ, there is obviously no flash unit attached to the camera, as the hot shoe is visible. When he stands up straight to listen to what is being said by the teacher (the lead character), there is a flash unit attached to the camera. See more »
I could accept the formulaic script, predictable plot, and two-dimensional characters of this film-I watch this kind of movie to relax and not have to think too hard. But trying to pretend that British Columbia was Maine was more than my imagination could handle! If an east coast location and American actors were too expensive, why couldn't they have tweaked the story to suit a west coast setting? Professor Fielding could just as easily have been searching for artifacts of Spanish expeditions to the Pacific Northwest or Native American burial sites as trying to prove the existence of an early Pilgrim settlement. It was so ridiculously obvious that this was not Maine that I couldn't think of anything else throughout the entire movie.
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