Benefit of the Doubt (1993)

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A convicted wife murderer returns 22 year later to seek revenge on the daughter who help convict him.


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8 March 2006 | tankrat
Good movie
Although I read Irving's name in the opening credit, I sat there wondering why the actress looks so familiar. Guess I am used to seeing her with red/brunette hair. Then it finally hit me. As for the acting, both Amy and Donald are such great performers.

I recommend seeing this movie at least once, just like any other movie featuring Sutherland. Kiefer gets the talent from his dad without doubt. I never get tired of seeing either one of them on screen.

Although Donald Sutherland is already 70 he still makes movies. I just think it shows how dedicated this man is to what he does best.

I never even heard of the movie before seeing it tonight on Lifetime, but I am glad I tuned in.

I never saw a lot of Amy Irving movies, except for this one, Yentl and Carrie, but after seeing her in this move and the great job she did, I might just watch more of her films.

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