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High Crimes (3-Apr-2002)

Director: Carl Franklin

Writers: Cary Bickley; Yuri Zeltser

From novel: High Crimes by Joseph Finder

Keywords: Thriller, Courtroom

An attorney's life is turned upside down when she learns the terrifying truth behind her husband's identity.

ABSTRACT
San Francisco-area attorney Claire Kubik's agreeable existence is shattered when husband Tom's heretofore unknown secret identity, that of an ex-soldier named Ron Chapman wanted for the murder of El Salvadorans back in the late 1980s, is revealed during a police investigation into a break-in at their home. Claire must now seek the help of ex-Army judge advocate Charles Grimes to separate fact from fiction and get down to the bottom of Ron's past -- and his claim that he was a patsy -- in the hostile confines of a military courtroom.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Billingsley
Actor
20-May-1960   Dr. Phlox on Star Trek: Enterprise
Tom Bower
Actor
1938   Dr. Curtis Willard on The Waltons
James Caviezel
Actor
26-Sep-1968   Passion
Bruce Davison
Actor
28-Jun-1946   Harry and the Hendersons
Arlen Escarpeta
Actor
9-Apr-1981   Sam Walker on American Dreams
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Ashley Judd
Actor
19-Apr-1968   Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
Paula Jai Parker
Actor
19-Aug-1969   Trudy Proud on The Proud Family
Amanda Peet
Actor
11-Jan-1972   Touch Me
Adam Scott
Actor
3-Apr-1973   Phillip the Coffee Boy
Michael Shannon
Actor
7-Aug-1974   Van Alden on Boardwalk Empire

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