Mary Higgins Clark's Try to Remember

  • 15
  • Jeff Beesley (2004)
  • US
  • 89 min
Film Review
Reviewed By
2 out of 5

Mary Higgins Clark is one of the most prolific and most read crime authors. Her books may not be the most demanding whodunnits ever committed to print, but they certainly rattle along and this adaptation of one of her mysteries is no exception - although fans of Silent Witness may feel it's a tad trite. Gabrielle Anwar is credible enough, playing the forensics expert who returns to her home town where her best friend was murdered 15 years earlier. She's trying to find out why the witnesses who testified against the convicted killer (Diego Wallraff) are being methodically bumped off (including her own mother). Sadly, the twist in the tale will hardly come as a surprise.

Plot Summary

Crime mystery starring Gabrielle Anwar. Forensics detective Lisa Monroe returns to her home town to take up a new job in partnership with her detective former boyfriend, and soon the duo become involved in the apparently closed murder case of Lisa's best friend.

Cast and crew

Cast

Lisa Monroe
Gabrielle Anwar
Joe
Max Martini
Stuart Kling
Gary Chalk
Jake Mitchell
Diego Wallraff
Benny Thomason
David Richmond-Peck
Unseen man
Kevin Foley
Fred Rand
Gerald Lenton-Young
Lou
Sheila Paterson
Jenny
Andrea Runge

Crew

Director
Jeff Beesley

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
Edited for language and violence.
Available on video and DVD
Certificate 15
Distributor:
Contender Entertainment Group
Categories
Drama

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