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Catherine Mary Stewart,
New York detective Mike Santini is enjoying a holiday with his family when he spots Eddie Meyers, a fugitive from justice who might be the key witness in a high profile case involving money laundering. Santini plays a major role in capturing Meyers which prompts the wiley criminal to request Santini to be the interrogating officer. The two size each other up in the interrogation room in a thriller that provides a number of unexpected twists.Written by
Upon seeing the first commercial for a rather aggressive ad campaign I decided to give Framed a try. Especially, after seeing Sam Neill, one of my favorite actors I resolved to set the date in my schedule. I must say that time spent watching Framed is well worth it. I thoroughly enjoyed this TV movie, which must not let fool you. Framed because of acting, story, production, and so on cannot be so easily considered just another TV movie and must be given respect. From the beginning till the end I was quite ecstatic and also thrilled to add another movie to my favorite's list. Consider it a winner, especially for Sam Neill who once again delivered up to my expectations and performed brilliantly as well as the other actors.
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