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Deadly Little Secrets (2002)

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A football player dies from a steroid overdose, so his brother finds out who caused it.

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Fiona Mackenzie

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Tim Redman (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dina Meyer ... Stephanie Vincent
Michele Hicks ... Kyra Bennett
Dylan Walsh ... Cole Chamberlain
Craig Sheffer ... Dr. Gordon Childs
Roger Cross ... Elliot Kincaid (as Roger R. Cross)
Rene Rivera ... Raoul Gonzales (as René Rivera)
Garry Chalk ... Jack Burtrell
Don S. Davis ... The Chief
Gina Chiarelli ... Interrogator
Donna White Donna White ... Coroner
Michasha Armstrong ... Armando
Yvan Cournoyer Yvan Cournoyer ... Charlie Brooks (as Yvan Courdoyer)
Eric Gelinas Eric Gelinas ... Ben Chamberlain
Andee Frizzell ... Kate (as Andee Frizell)
Jody Thompson ... Stacy
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A football player dies from a steroid overdose, so his brother finds out who caused it.

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It's A Killer Game

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Thriller

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Rated R for language, violence, sexuality and drug content | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 February 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Devil Wore a Skirt See more »

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Dolby

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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End credits finish with the following statement: That which does not destroy us, makes us stronger. Thank you to all who made us stronger. See more »

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Lemon Fudge
Written & Performed by Charles Barth (as Charles T. Barth)
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"Secrets" should be shared with friends
4 March 2003 | by Spod74See all my reviews

`Deadly Little Secrets' represents everything good about independent film. It is biting, memorable and most of all intelligent. This film has an excellent and compelling story, beautiful artistry and performances by little known actors of which they should all be proud. Craig Sheffer, in particular, after several forgettable earlier performances, seemed to have really hit the mark with this role. I could tell how much he bonded to and loved his character.

The story moves at a comfortable pace, giving the viewer just enough time to take in all the subtlety of the performances and the scenery (of which there is a lot), while never dragging its feet or stumbling. The story also possess the rare quality of being both complicated, as the character maneuver through the various twists and turns of the plot, and very direct, almost simplistic, presentation of the larger issues with which the film grapples.

I was most impacted by the amazing atmosphere that the entire story seems to create. In many film I have seen, there is the story, and there is the picture, and most of the time the two are completely unconnected. But with `Deadly Little Secrets' the two are so seamlessly crafted together that I actually lost myself completely in the world that was being presented to me.

I wouldn't be surprised to see a big budget attempt at this same story, or at least the themes it so richly portrayed, come out of Hollywood in the near future.

In the end, if you want big budget eye candy that spits on your mind, go see the next Lucas film. But if you want a film that is actually crafted to be smart and effecting then share `Secrets' with your friends.


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