Judicial Indiscretion (2007)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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When Monica Barrett is nominated for the Supreme Court of the United States, she falls prey to a charming psychopath and a web of political intrigue.

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11 April 2007 | ovaga1
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| An attractive widow and powerful judge falls victim to a handsome psychopath and political intrigue.
Anne Archer is one of the premier actresses of our time having co starred in the classic movie "Fatal Atrraction" for which she received an Acamdey Award nomination. She has also costarred with such talented male stars as Harrison Ford, Micahel Douglas and Gene Hackman. In "Judicial Indescretion" Anne has an accomplished actor Michael Shanks co-starring, who, with the right opportunities, will emerge as a talent to be reckoned with. And it's great to see that Anne has not lost any of her talent, acting abilities nor beauty as she delivers a virtuoso performance. The film is intelligent, riveting at times and socially relevant. Ms Archer is never strident, when lesser actors would be, and always credible with her understated and haunting performance. However, she emerges at the end, not a victim, but a woman empowered. It's too bad that we can't have women of her character in office. Or is that also the message of this subtly directed film?

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