Tripping the Wire: A Stephen Tree Mystery (2005)

TV Movie   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


Everybody's guilty of something and Detective Stephen Tree has to use his gut to figure if their guilt is worth his time. Tripping the Wire goes beyond the classic whodunnit. It's a story ... See full summary »


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4 April 2005 | habbfan
Good film
A good film, ostensibly set in Canada. It is more about mood, ambiance and loyalty than murder. Clark Johnson is a very charming man in a role that could be unsympathetic but he pulls it off. Steven Tree as a character is flawed, drinking, pills. He fools around with the wrong woman. He has a nasty secret. The hints we get about his nemesis are intriguing, we want to know more. the cast is well chosen for their roles although the acting is a bit spotty. I think it is well worth seeing again as I am sure I missed something the first time through. The film is shot almost entirely in close-up creating a claustrophobic feeling rather than one of intimacy. I have the feeling this is the first in a series but I couldn't find anything. I look forward to another.

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Genres

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Release Date:

2005

Language

English


Country of Origin

Canada

Filming Locations

Montréal, Québec, Canada

Box Office

Budget:

CAD3,800,000 (estimated)

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