R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
An attorney, intent on climbing the career ladder toward success, finds an unlikely opponent in a manipulative criminal he is trying to prosecute.
In the background of Beachum's office, case files with the name "Bonaventura" can be seen. This is the last name of the Property Master, Tony Bonaventura.
The NTSB guys are here about that bulkhead problem.
Ted Crawford: OK, thanks.
By the expert's testimony in court we are informed that Ted Crawford's bullet pierced through the frontal cortex in the temporal lobe coming to rest upon the upper side of the brain against the skull. Yet when we see wife Jennifer's head hit the floor for a brief moment in a close-up, there is no injury visible at all. Furthermore in another scene Ted points to his left cheek bone when he describes where he shot his wife. Such an injury is very different from that described during the trial. The shot was fired at close range with a powerful .45, which makes it very unlikely that the bullet would come to rest within the skull.
The end credits contain, in all lower case letters, the following: "in memory of david ronne"
£851,289 (UK) (22 April 2007)
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