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Framed (1999)
Starring: Annabelle Apsion, Timothy Dalton, David Morrissey, Timothy West
Director: Geoff Sax
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Drama
Studio: BFS
115 mins



Meet Larry Jackson (David Morrissey - Hilary and Jackie, Drowning by Numbers), an ambitious young police officer burdened with family responsibilities.While on holiday in Spain, he recognizes Eddie Myers, an escaped master criminal and onetime informer, who had been presumed dead.Living under another name, he has become extremely wealthy.

When extradited to London, Myers agrees to cooperate only if Jackson is his interrogator.Thus begins a deadly duel of wits between a brilliantly perceptive criminal and his determined adversary.One by one, the traps are set, but who is the intended victim?One thing is certain, as this intense and harrowing psychological drama unfolds, Jackson's life will be forever changed!


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