Pack of Lies (1987)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama

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London in the early 1960s. The life of a couple is upset by the coming of a British Secret Service Agent who moves in across the street.


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7 March 2013 | brefane
| A collection of talent
A fact-based drama adapted from an acclaimed stage play, this Halmark Hall of Fame production is one of the finest films ever made for television; in fact I can't think of one that's better. Pack of Lies is good enough to have been a a theatrical release. A fascinating true story with disquieting moral and social issues is still relevant and makes for compelling viewing. POL has been given a first-class production with excellent acting and directing, and even if her British accent wavers, Ellen Burstyn gives a powerful performance, and a surprisingly cast Teri Garr has never been better. Unfortunately, POL is unknown and rarely shown though it deserves to be, and after 25 years its subject is as timely as ever.

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