The crime drama is the story of a young lawyer Stella Martin (Lauren Johnson) who is drawn into the investigation of a brutally murdered woman that may have been a part of human trafficking. The lead character is a strong female with a mysterious past who becomes more enmeshed with the crime the deeper she digs into it until her own demons begin to stir. She is placed on the case by Chief Taylor (Stephen Phillips) because of her fantastic analytical skills, until she ends up butting heads with the lead detective on the case Detective Lewis (Michael Hagerman). The two must learn to put aside their personality conflicts and work together if they are going to solve the murder. Then a visit to her psychiatrist Dr. Ross (Gus van Soestbergen) goes from a simple check-up to something more insidious. While the tension and drama throughout the movie are high, the real mystery is whether the protagonist is a reliable narrator. Between her night terrors and her medicine induced state, is what ...
Marked For Trade was filmed in Charlotte, NC with a cast and crew of 25 members. See more »
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off topic & difficult to understand
Like most bad movies, this one is too sad, unclear, unexplained, complicated, negative, and unfinished. No story or point. At first I thought it is something about human trading or trafficking, but looks like it's not. The only good thing about this movie is reality, meaning it shows us real life negativity in form of crime and poverty and few less obvious or smaller things like laziness, disinterest, lack of will and justice. In police context, lack of evidence, techniques, effort to find criminals or resolve cases. Not even comparable to some good series or movies abut crime and police like CSI.
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