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Burden of Evil (2012)

Does anyone know if Kate is ranked down to a police officer at the end. I think so.

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Lt. Frank McDermott
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Malcolm Gitteridge
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Kyle Randall
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When the daughter of a powerful senator is kidnapped by a psychopath, the senator requests a particular homicide detective, Caitlyn Conner, to head up the case. She knows the kidnapper better than anyone else - he just killed her husband. Against the advice of her closest friend, a police psychologist, Caitlyn enters the killer's web of sadistic games and discovers the crime is far more twisted than anyone imagined. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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22 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Burden of Evil - Die Last des Bösen  »

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A little cheaply made but quite watchable
30 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

This movie is quite watchable if you accept that is a low budget life time style thriller. Sure there are faults. The writing and scenes are uneven and sometimes a bit awkward and abrupt. The car chase is pretty lame. And the villain is a bit of a clown. The directing is a little amateurish. But having said all that there is a certain quaint fun in the way the story unfolds.

Natalie Zea of "The Following" is very pretty and should be on TV more often and prime time too. The cast playing the police colleagues look a bit insipid.

Worth a watch.


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