Stop at Nothing (1991)

TV Movie   |  Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Thriller

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A woman believes that her husband is molesting their daughter. Unfortunately she can't prove it, so when the courts grant him custody, she is approached by a woman who went through the same... See full summary »


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5 August 2007 | hurstlincoln
| You will be surprised . . .
If you were expecting just another run-of-the-mill TV movie, you will be totally surprised by this little gem. "Stop at Nothing" is more than a cut above standard TV fare; it is superior entertainment by any measure, plus it has an important social message to boot. The two lead actresses, Frost and Hamel, are outstanding, and although they start out on opposite sides of the fence, they both shine and make you wonder why there are not more people like them in the world. A real suspense-filled heart-tugger which you will probably want to watch more than once. But beware males: none of the men in this movie come off very well!

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Drama | Thriller


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12 March 1991



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